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Webcasts are archived for 180 days after the live broadcast. Webcasts archived in the last month can be accessed on this page. Older archives are available on their respecitve series pages. For a complete program schedule and topic information, view the Program guide or the Webcast calendarCPE credit is not available for viewing archived programs. 

Real Estate
September 15
2 p.m. ET | 18:00 GMT
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The Internet of Things and intelligent buildings: Enhancing performance and reimagining tenant experience

Technology is changing the most fundamental truth about commercial real estate (CRE)—value is based solely on location, location, and location. While location still matters, the Internet of Things (IoT) is opening new doors for CRE sector innovation. What should you know about the IoT? Learn ways to adopt IoT usage and maximize value capture to create competitive differentiation.

Industries
Travel, Hospitality, & Leisure
September 15
11 a.m. ET | 15:00 GMT
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The restaurant of the future: Leveraging technology for competitive advantage

The restaurant sector has been challenged with changing customer expectations and digital disruption, effects of which are amplified by underinvestment in technology. Although some restaurant companies are embracing recent technology innovations, few have truly transformed the customer, operational, and corporate experience. Explore how disruptive technologies, combined with strategically developed capabilities, can help restaurant companies engage customers and compete to win in the future.

Industries
Power & Utilities
September 14
2 p.m. ET | 18:00 GMT
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Utility investment strategies: What is driving increased capex and what lies ahead?

Annual capital expenditures have been rising significantly over the past decade among electric and gas utilities and are expected to remain high for the foreseeable future. What have utilities been spending on and how will the mix evolve in coming years? Learn how electric and gas utilities are planning to invest in the near future, what’s driving these investment strategies, and how they fit into the ongoing electric power industry transformation.

HR Executives
September 14
2 p.m. ET | 18:00 GMT
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Leadership development: The move to more rigorous, structured, and scientific approaches

Despite increased spending in 2015, leadership development programs continue to disappoint in many organizations. How can organizations use scientifically validated methods to assess existing and prospective leaders and identify gaps in their talent pipeline? Learn the hard questions to ask about leadership development programs and how to effectively cultivate future leaders.

Financial Services
Insurance
September 13
2 p.m. ET | 18:00 GMT
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The new role of compliance: Enabling risk to drive performance

Insurers operate in an environment of rapidly increasing regulatory demands even as ongoing low interest rates put pressure on available resources. Compliance spending is required, but can it also be a performance driver? Learn about the increasing importance of compliance and its changing role in driving value in today’s competitive and demanding insurance market.

Technology Executives
September 8
2 p.m. ET | 18:00 GMT
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Technology + talent: Implications of technology on 2016 human capital trends

Workplaces, workforces, and work itself are being reshaped in 2016 by sweeping technology forces. What are the latest human capital trends and how can technology executives proactively acknowledge and address them? Examine findings from Deloitte's 2016 Global Human Capital Trends report and discuss potential implications for your IT organization.

Tax Executives
Transfer Pricing
September 7
2 p.m. ET | 18:00 GMT
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New transfer pricing rule in China: Assessing the BEPS effect

China is introducing new transfer pricing rules. How will OECD BEPS guidance factor into them? Learn how BEPS guidance is manifested in China’s new transfer pricing rules.

Driving down risk: Illuminating the blind spots in your business relationships

With globalization spawning multi-tiered supply chains, private and public organizations alike can become more susceptible to risks posed by third parties. What can be done to address those risks? Learn ways to address the growing risks associated with extended supply chains and third-party relationships.

Flexible consumption: Transitioning to usage-based business models in a rapidly evolving marketplace

While flexible consumption business models create value by allowing customers to consume and pay based on need and usage, transitioning to those models can be complicated for technology, media, and telecommunications (TMT) companies. What are some of the complex and interrelated business decisions associated with that transition? Learn about flexible consumption models and how to remain competitive as you make the transition.

Private Companies
August 30
2 p.m. ET | 18:00 GMT
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Technology trends in private and mid-market companies: Distinguishing hype from reality

Technologies once considered futuristic are now entering the mainstream and gaining momentum. Which recent trends should growth-oriented private and mid-market companies consider in their planning? Learn results of Deloitte’s 2016 Technology Survey and how they reflect the IT priorities, plans, opportunities, and expectations of more than 500 senior executives from private and mid-market companies.

Cyber risk management: Why threat intelligence requires business intelligence

A surprisingly high number of cyber incidents are detected not by the targeted organization, but by third parties. As enterprises grow more complex and cyberattackers become more skilled at evading detection, how can organizations better identify threats? Learn how risk-centered security operations can help organizations better balance the drive to grow and innovate with the need to guard against cyberattacks.

Procurement's evolving role: Questions CFOs should be asking

A year after being tasked with supporting top-line growth, chief procurement officers (CPOs) are now being asked to focus on cost control amidst increased economic uncertainty. What is procurement's capacity for delivering incremental cost savings, and how can CFOs harness it? Learn results from Deloitte’s fifth annual Global CPO Survey and explore questions CFOs can ask to guide procurement's efforts.

Tax Executives
Tax Operations
August 18
2 p.m. ET | 18:00 GMT
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ERP's move to the cloud: Finally, a single real-time source of tax data?

Among many digital initiatives, organizations are moving ERP systems to the cloud, leveraging new database technology, and deploying sophisticated analytical tools. How can tax departments capitalize on this trend to overcome longstanding data access and reporting challenges? Explore exciting new opportunities the digital age is creating for tax professionals.
 

HR Executives
August 17
2 p.m. ET | 18:00 GMT
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Corporate learning: Employees take charge

Corporate learning departments are changing from education providers to content curators and experience facilitators. Why is this transformation important, and how are companies developing innovative platforms that turn employee learning and development into a self-driven pursuit? Explore how internally focused, corporate-centric learning environments are rapidly evolving into learner-centric user experiences.
 

Tax Executives
Federal Tax
August 16
2 p.m. ET | 18:00 GMT
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New GAAP and IFRS revenue recognition standards: Tax compliance and planning implications

Recently issued ASU 2014-09 may significantly impact financial accounting, and therefore tax reporting. Why do tax executives need to be at the table to help companies analyze and adopt the new standards? Learn how this new standard could impact your company’s cash, indirect, and multistate taxes, as well as its potential global tax implications.
 

Industries
Health Sciences
August 16
1 p.m. ET | 17:00 GMT
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Health care innovation: Where is long-promised transformation really happening?

New solutions in the health care industry are still needed given the ongoing high cost and variable quality of care, along with uneven access to care. While innovations to address these problems are widely touted, which ones could actually have a transformative impact on the industry? Explore the latest innovations that are transforming the US life sciences and health care industry.
 

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