2017 Q3 Global CFO Signals™
What, us worry? Optimism up, again
In this quarter’s Global CFO Signals, finance leaders in many of the 23 regional surveys reporting seem to be shutting out the noise and focusing on the positive.
As business leaders grapple with the unfolding contours of the future of work, many companies are confined by a planning paradox. The desire to understand how new technologies and workforce changes will affect their products is keeping executives from the most important part of workplace adaptation.
What issues are top-of-mind for executives in Technology, Media & Entertainment, and Telecommunications (TMT)? Our essay series offers succinct insights from global TMT leaders about opportunities for success across the rapidly changing TMT ecosystem.
The future of work is being shaped by two powerful forces: The growing adoption of artificial intelligence in the workplace, and the expansion of the workforce to include both on- and off-balance-sheet talent. What changes could be in store for the workplace, the workforce, and the nature of work itself?
At a time when the global economy appears to be accelerating, the two leading economies of the English-speaking world, the United States and United Kingdom, are not following the trend. Yet the overall global trend is positive, though the specter of protectionism looms.
Thirty years ago, Deloitte Global CEO Punit Renjen began his career at Deloitte. In this LinkedIn blog post he details an ironic twist at the start of his career that has proved to be a valuable life lesson.