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Leaders and laggards: Creating shareholder value through customer experience measurement and brand protection risk management
Customer experience leaders are outperforming the S&P 500 Index, while customer experience laggards are posting negative returns. What separates the leaders from the laggards? Learn more about the benefits of adopting a brand and reputation risk management approach and how to enhance your organization's customer experience measurement strategy.
Export controls are regulations designed to support national and international security measures. These restrictions apply to not only military-related items but also dual-use items, including goods and technology used in industries such as aerospace, energy, chemicals and manufacturing. How are reforms to these regulations impacting the aerospace and defense industry? Learn about updates on trade compliance for the aerospace and defense industry and regulatory changes due to export control reform.
In today's hot M&A environment, integrating or separating an acquired or divested company's ledgers, people, and sites is not enough. What are CFOs now expected to do, and how can they deliver? Learn ways CFOs can provide leadership for M&A deal closure and deliver on Day 2 transformation expectations.
Use of entire data sets for indirect tax analysis and recovery projects can enhance outcomes. How can high-end data analytics technology facilitate this process? Learn how analytics can help stem indirect tax leakage, creating value across the enterprise.
As private companies seek growth opportunities, many are pressing their finance and accounting departments for more timely financial information and ad hoc analysis. How are finance leaders responding? Learn how forward-thinking private companies are transforming their close cycle.
The FASB's Emerging Issues Task Force (EITF) will meet in November to review emerging issues. Stay in touch with new accounting guidance and potential future guidance resulting from the deliberations of the EITF.
Many companies today have business continuity programs to anticipate serious, unexpected events. How can you know if you have invested in the right areas and whether the program will yield expected benefits when faced with a novel crisis? Explore effective practices from companies that have been put to the test.
The demand for value is prompting health care organizations to find more efficient and effective ways to improve care. This includes making services more accessible through facilitating patient-provider connectivity anytime and anywhere through connected health—a system that enables integrated care delivery through leveraging existing technology. Explore the health care trends that are driving the acceleration of connected health.
On April 21, 2015, Canada proposed, but has not yet enacted, income tax law changes, effective January 1, 2016, under which certified employers will be exempted from income tax withholding requirements for employees traveling to Canada. Should your company apply? Learn about this major change in Canadian tax law and what it might mean for your company.
At a time when regulatory changes continue to significantly influence the financial reporting landscape, businesses need to stay informed about important new issues and learn from the experiences of other companies. What should you know as 2015 comes to a close? Understand the potential impact of existing and new regulatory requirements on your organization.
Many workforces today are overwhelmed by always-on technology, global 24/7 demands, and social technology proliferation. How can HR executives help business leaders simplify? Learn ways to address the issue of overwhelmed workers.
For years, Taiwan has remained a key location for contract manufacturing and R&D. What potential opportunities and challenges should foreign investors consider when entering this vibrant market? Learn about the inbound investment climate in Taiwan and consider ways for your company to pursue tax-efficient planning there.
IRS examiners are winding down disputed cases involving older transfer pricing regulations. What can companies expect as examiners begin to focus on cases involving new regulations? Learn where new transfer pricing audit disputes are likely to arise and considerations for addressing them.
For financial services firms, understanding how wealth levels will evolve among generations in the future is becoming increasingly important. What emerging tools and techniques are available to map changes over the next two decades? Learn about results from a Deloitte Center for Financial Services study and how financial services firms can benefit from understanding the future of wealth in America.
As oil and gas companies navigate a lower price environment, understanding the sources and focus of innovation is increasingly important. What insights can US patent data provide about the entities, targets, and interconnectivity driving new oil and gas technology? Learn what US patents reveal about technological change in the industry and the business case for a new look at corporate intellectual property development.
Although the federal government impacts the lives of millions of US citizens every day, personal and digital interactions with government do not yet match customer experience in the private sector. How are agency leaders trying to make the leap from good to great customer service? Explore the results of the recently released Government Executive Research study and learn what federal leaders are saying about customer service.
In an era of relentless business disruption, CIOs must work to develop and sustain competitive advantage through technology. What attributes, relationships, competencies, and technologies are enabling CIOs be successful? Learn about findings from the fifth annual Deloitte Global CIO Survey to see how global CIOs are meeting IT challenges and pursuing strategic opportunities in 2015.
Domestic and multinational businesses often offer equity compensation programs for mobile employees, both on short-term and long-term assignments. How can non-mobility professionals, such as executive compensation and stock plan administrators, communicate effectively with mobility functions and employees impacted by mobility? Learn about important mobility issues and learn a new language associated with delivery of stock plan awards to mobile employees.
US state sales and use tax regimes, along with international value-added tax (VAT) regimes, are profoundly changing based on guidance from the OECD's Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) initiative and US state and federal legislation. What should tax executives know? Learn about the sea change taking place in indirect taxation world-wide.
As the Internet of Things (IoT) grows in buzzworthiness, its value may be easy to see in some industries. But in financial services, where many products are intangible, that value may be harder to grasp. What should financial services executives know? Hear results from a Deloitte Center for Financial Services report to understand new opportunities and disruptions from IoT in the financial services industry.
Technology-enabled disruptions strike at the heart and foundations of the business world today. What if technology, media, and telecommunications executives could recognize disruption forming on the horizon? Learn how patterns can help TMT companies navigate a world of continual disruption.
Given marketplace uncertainties, the investment management industry can benefit from having a keen focus on responding to the evolving regulatory landscape and meeting the expectations and demands of regulators, investors, shareholders, and other stakeholders. What are key tax developments and trends from 2015 that should be top of mind? Learn more about the updates that may affect your company.
Spinoffs are often used to facilitate corporate restructuring. Tax rules for domestic spinoffs are complex enough, so what does a cross-border context add? Learn how and when leading companies are leveraging cross-border spinoffs.
Gift-giving during the upcoming holiday season is a common way to thank clients for their business. But this customary practice of spreading good cheer could also result in bribery and corruption risk if an organization and its employees do not proactively manage their gift-giving practices. What can your organization do now to prepare for the gift-giving season? Learn more about what your organization can be doing today to limit risk during the upcoming gift-giving season.
Technology investment is expanding in growth-oriented companies, and this expansion is changing the mid-market landscape. What are recent notable technology trends, and how are they blurring the roles of CFOs and CIOs? Learn results of Deloitte's 2015 Technology Survey and how they reflect the IT priorities, plans, and expectations of more than 500 senior executives from private and mid-market companies.
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) is expected to release its final Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) guidance on transfer pricing in early October. What are the changes and how might they impact your current transfer pricing policies? Learn how the OECD's recent activity could affect transfer pricing going forward and what multinationals can expect next.
As large financial institutions face growing pressure from nontraditional competitors, many are adopting the agile approach to achieve innovation and flexibility. Why are some finding success while others are struggling to achieve true scale and adoption across legacy areas? Learn how large financial institutions can scale the agile approach to promote innovation and market growth.
The growth of solar power generation in the US has outpaced many projections. Not only are both utility scale and distributed generation capacity increasing rapidly, but costs are declining and efficiency is improving just as fast. What could happen in the next 25 years? Learn about the various projections for US solar power growth by 2040 and the factors that could influence it.
Splitting a company can be complicated and tedious, especially when it comes to disentangling related records. What challenges and opportunities can arise with separating, reviewing, and providing records to another corporate entity for a corporate spin-off? Learn from Novartis' Global Head of Records about leading practices for carving out information to facilitate a corporate spin-off.
Federal tax law relating to the deduction of interest paid on certain debt instruments is a complex area of taxation. What should you know as you structure transactions? Learn more about this challenging area of federal taxation.
Two persistent and pervasive challenges in many large organizations today are unnecessary complexity and unintended variability in business processes. Even with large-scale ERP projects and sizeable investments in business process automation and standardization, the problem continues to increase in scope and consequence. Learn how analytics can provide valuable insights through an end-to-end view of inputs, outputs, and workflow complexity.
In the final year of the Obama Administration, work will continue on finalizing regulations for key provisions of the Affordable Care Act, and the regulatory process will begin on important provisions of the new Medicare physician payments law. Learn about the health care regulatory agenda for 2016 and health care issues likely to shape the 2016 presidential election.
The valuation of investments is gaining attention from fund managers, fund directors, and regulators. What procedures are needed for proper oversight of the valuation process? Learn results of Deloitte's 13th Annual Fair Value Pricing Survey and how your valuation processes compare with other firms'.
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