Canada’s AI imperative:
Start, scale, succeed
Technologies like artificial intelligence are fundamentally changing the way we live and work. Our latest report explores the AI demand gap in Canada, digs into the challenges businesses face in their AI adoption journey, and outlines actionable steps businesses can take to move their AI adoption from start to scale.
Are you ready to define your future?
At the current speed of change, many businesses may be unable to keep up. They simply do not have the internal capability to generate innovation. Tomorrow’s industry leaders are shaping their future today. How will your business respond—are you ready to define your future?
Insights. Experiences. Relationships that matter.
Powered by Deloitte’s M&A practice, the Deloitte M&A Institute is a community of business leaders and professionals, that focuses on collaborative discussion on driving superior value from M&A activities. The Deloitte M&A Institute serves as the platform for experiences, learning, and offers a window into Canadian and global thought leadership.
The "Crunch time" series for CFOs
A series on digital technology and transformation in finance
"Crunch time" report series: From cloud computing and robotics to analytics, cognitive technologies, and blockchain, a new class of digital disruptors is transforming how the work of finance gets done.
The cloud is here: embrace the transition
How to “think cloud”
The cloud is an inevitable part of service-delivery models of the future. Business and IT leaders may ask: How do we survive and thrive in the cloud? Explore how Canadian organizations can thrive during this transition by adopting to this trend and carefully analyzing the benefits and risks.
2019 Directors’ Alert
Taking the long-term view
Boards are uniquely positioned to oversee the long-term vision of an organization. Yet, many boards and executive teams are often tempted to focus on the short term. How can boards inject long-term thinking into their oversight role? Hear from Deloitte business leaders and non-executive directors on how boards can apply a long-term lens to their oversight role in an age of disruption and uncertainty.