Here’s how to build your workforce today to prepare for the workplace of tomorrow
Deloitte Global CEO, Punit Renjen
Building the best workforce of tomorrow means that business leaders will need to be more strategic when it comes to building a path towards the future of work. Think about what skills your workforce will need to have not just tomorrow, but in the years and decades to come.
A Centre To Navigate The Fourth Industrial Revolution
Deloitte BrandVoice contributors Jolyon Barker and Michele Parmelee
The Fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0) is bringing rapid disruptions and great uncertainty. Industries are being reshaped and regulatory frameworks across the globe are being challenged. Deloitte is teaming up with the Forum on the C4IR to help shape the trajectory of Industry 4.0.
Deloitte at Davos 2019 - Success Personified: How will you lead in 4IR?
22-25 January 2019 | Davos-Klosters, Switzerland
Deloitte joins the Annual Meeting in Davos where leaders across business and government come together in discussions and events designed to develop meaningful and measurable solutions to these challenges.
Societal Impact: Moving From “Nice-To-Consider” To “Business Imperative”
Deloitte BrandVoice contributor and Global Chairman, David Cruickshank
Business leaders, myself included, have voiced the belief that businesses should have a purpose beyond profits, and uphold a responsibility to society and the environment. New research suggests that businesses are taking significant action to improve their impact on society and the environment.
The Workforce Of The Future: The Skills Challenge Becomes More Apparent
Deloitte Global Managing Principal, Talent, Brand & Communications and Deloitte Brand Voice contributor, Michele Parmelee
Few business topics receive more media attention than talent and, in particular, preparing talent to be the workforce of the future. We surveyed CXOs around the globe last year about their “readiness” for 4IR and found that executives were not regularly discussing talent issues.
Front and center: Placing the customer at the heart of financial services
Robert Contri, Global Financial Services Industry Leader
Following the Deloitte Global Financial Services Industry Summit held in London in June, Global FSI leader Bob Contri shares his observations on the shifting focus of financial services firms.
Come along for the ride: World Economic Forum Future of Mobility project blog series
Few things matter as much in the world as mobility. It provides access to healthcare, education, jobs, and goods and services. Read latest blog post on the future of mobility, SIMSystem phase 2" Putting our principles into practice, and other World Economic Forum posts.
If at first you don't find a balanced regulatory model, try, try again
By Mike Turley, Global Public Sector leader
The model for bringing in regulations to help keep people and their assets safe has been largely effective. However, in the future, regulators may no longer be able to rely on this reactive approach.
The promise of technology to help address the refugee crisis
Jacques Buith, Global Lead Partner for United Nations and Managing Partner Risk Advisory writes of the potential to use Technology as a means to match refugees with employment and training opportunities, enabling them to access relevant information, or providing language skills development.
Advancing The Digital Audit
Today’s fitness technologies make triathlete training a digital experience.
While many companies are struggling to operate in this new digital era of big data, Deloitte is pushing to go further by implementing a cloud-first technology strategy to enable a transformed audit.
Making the promise of 4IR a reality
Thoughts on United Nations General Assembly Week and the fourth industrial revolution
Deloitte Global CEO, Punit Renjen, shares his thoughts on UNGA week and the launch of WorldClass, a Deloitte global initiative that aims to empower 50 million people by 2030—by giving them the skills they need to find meaningful work in the new economy.
3D printed food: Just because we can doesn't always mean we should
Vanessa Matthijssen and Chris Deliopoulos, Deloitte Australia
Food technologies such as 3D printing allow us unprecedented control of the flavor, color, texture, and nutritional content of food. These innovations and technological advancements require us to explore some of the ethical and societal implications of food engineering. Learn more >
Companies benefit from the Fourth Industrial Revolution, but do countries?
By Gary Coleman, Global Industry and Senior Client Advisor for Deloitte Consulting
The fourth industrial revolution can provide a solid competitive edge for companies who create innovative business models enabled by advanced technologies. But when it comes to national economies, where and how is the fourth industrial revolution (4IR) enhancing competitiveness?
The World Economic Forum Releases This Year's Top Ten Emerging Technologies
By Jeffrey Carbeck PhD, Specialist Leader, Advanced Materials and Manufacturing
As part of Deloitte's delegation at the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting of the New Champions Carbeck shares this year's Annual List of The Top Ten Emerging Technologies. The list constitutes the best thinking of a broad group of scientists, technologists, entrepreneurs, and futurists.
The future of work
Heather Stockton, Deloitte Canada Partner, Talent Strategy and Business Transformation
What skills are essentially human? With the advent of AI, robotics, sensors, and cognitive computing, that’s what every HR professional should be asking—because the future of work is here.
When one door closes ...
Deloitte Global CEO Punit Renjen's early career experience
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.