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2018 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends
The rise of the social enterprise
The 2018 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends report, The rise of the social enterprise, indicates an overwhelming need for business to step up their role in society as a driver of change. With survey responses from more than 11,000 HR and business leaders across 124 countries, our 2018 Trends report is the largest ever and continues to position this research as the largest longitudinal study on human capital.
The future awakens:
Life Sciences and Health Care Predictions 2022
The year is 2022. The quantified self is alive and well, digital technologies have transformed the culture of health care and new entrants have disrupted delivery models. This report from Deloitte UK's Centre for Health Solutions offers some predictions that, if they come true, will shake up the life sciences and
2017 cognitive technologies survey
Early adopters speak out on cognitive and AI
What do the most aggressive adopters of artificial intelligence (AI) and cognitive technologies report based on their efforts to date? On everything from the impact on jobs to their specific goals and exactly which technologies they're using and much more, 250 leaders shared their views on this important business development just as it takes hold in the broader business world.
Finding great talent has arguably never been tougher. But major companies may be overlooking their greatest source of versatile, ambitious professionals – themselves.
Achieving digital maturity
Adapting your company to a changing world
Our third annual study of global digital business, a collaboration with MIT Sloan Management Review, reveals five key practices organizations best able to achieve digital maturity employ—and the lessons all companies can learn from their success.
What if I can’t stay true to my leadership style?
Six leadership lessons from Deloitte Global CEO Punit Renjen
Deloitte Global CEO Punit Renjen shares advice for staying personally connected in an increasingly global and virtual world.