Deloitte at Davos 2019

Success Personified: How will you lead in Industrial Revolution 4.0?

22-25 January 2019 | Davos-Klosters, Switzerland

The World Economic Forum Meeting in Davos is an annual opportunity for leaders across business and government to come together to discuss solutions to the world’s most pressing economic and social challenges. Deloitte joins these global leaders and participates in discussions and events designed to develop meaningful and measurable solutions to these challenges.

Deloitte 2019 Readiness Report

Success personified in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Four leadership personas for an era of change and uncertainty

Deloitte Global’s second annual survey assessing business and government readiness for the Fourth Industrial revolution aims to uncover how leaders are moving forward, where they are making the most progress, and what sets apart the most effective leaders. 

The research surveyed more than 2,000 C-level executives across 19 countries, finding some leaders progressing better than others in dealing with today’s challenges within four major areas of impact–society, strategy, technology, and talent. Learn how executives are enabling their organizations to succeed when we release the findings on 21 January.


Deloitte India at #WEF19

Shaping India’s future with Industry 4.0

Tuesday, 22 January 2019
1200 to 1300 hours IST

The world as we know it, is on the brink of transformation with Industry 4.0. Are Indian executives equipped to challenge status quo and unravel the change? These are some pertinent questions which will be addressed by a breakfast event to be hosted by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) in association with Deloitte India.

Punit Renjen, Deloitte Global CEO along with eminent leaders from Deloitte India and Government of India will share insights  on India’s Readiness Index in preparation for the Fourth Industrial revolution.

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Industry 4.0 readiness in Asia Pacific through four areas of impact: Society, Strategy, Technology and Talent

Tuesday, 22 January 2019
1630 to 1730 hours IST

Both governments and industry are still in the early stages of navigating Industry 4.0 in Asia Pacific (AP). The panel makes an assessment of how AP executives are faring in the four areas of focus of Deloitte’s 2019 Readiness Report, namely Society, Strategy, Technology and Talent. Is societal impact is top of agenda for most AP organizations? What strategies are in place from both government and the private sector to innovate and unearth new business models to navigate today's rapidly changing markets? How are businesses using technology to drive disruption and competitive advantage? And finally, are workforces ready for the challenges of the future?

Deloitte Asia Pacific CEO Cindy Hook, Singapore Economic Development Board Managing Director Chng Kai Fong, Deloitte India CEO N. Venkatram, and [TBD CLIENT SPEAKERS] discuss Industry 4.0 preparedness in Asia Pacific. Tune in live on Twitter and Facebook on Tuesday, 22 January, to join the conversation.

Deloitte Global at #WEF19

Millennials and new workforce expectations 

Wednesday, 23 January 2019
1400 to 1445 hours IST

The millennial generation makes up the largest segment of the current workforce and craves purpose over paycheck and flexibility over the 9-to-5 schedule. In this discussion, leaders share how the world of work is changing to adapt to the needs of younger generations—and why this is a win for us all.

Deloitte Asia Pacific CEO Cindy Hook will join Cleo Capital Managing Director Sarah Kunst, and Twitter Global Head of Culture and Engagement & Experiential Marketing Nola Weinstein to discuss how technology and culture is shifting the way millennials work. Join Deloitte live on Twitter from the Female Quotient’s Equality Lounge @ Davos, home base for leaders across industries to meet and connect about advancing equality and solutions for change.

The future of education and jobs

Wednesday, 23 January 2019
1700 to 1800 hours IST

Research from the OECD and Education and Employers suggests that there are wide gaps between young people’s career aspirations and the needs of the future global economy. Joining us for the first time in Davos is Andreas Schleicher, the OECD’s Director of Education and Skills, whose recently published book World Class was described by Klaus Schwab as “a must-read for those who wish to create a future in which economic opportunity can be shared by all.” This event will discuss the new report by the OECD entitled “Envisioning the Future of Education and Jobs: Trends, Data and Drawings” which explores how children see their future and the forces that, if properly understood and harnessed, will drive them forward to realise their dreams. It will also explore the critical role that government, business leaders and educators need to play to help children develop the kinds of skills needed to not only weather, but take advantage of this revolution. 

The OECD’s Director for Education and Skills Andreas Schleicher will be joined by 2018 Global Teacher Prize winner Andria Zafirako and Deloitte Global Chairman David Cruickshank to discuss key findings from the newly released report “Envisioning the Future of Education and Jobs: Trends, Data and Drawings.” Tune in live on Twitter and Facebook on Wednesday, 23 January, to join the conversation.

Six traits of an inclusive leader

Wednesday, 23 January 2019
2130 to 2215 hours IST

Professionals today want to work for organizations that not only acknowledge their unique talents, but also support and celebrate inclusion across the board. As such, today’s most successful organizations are those that embed inclusion into the fabric of their enterprise. This session will focus on what can be done from the top to advance diversity & inclusion within the workplace.

Deloitte US Chief Inclusion Officer Terri Cooper will join Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility President & CEO Cid Wilson, Viacom COO Sarah Levy, and The Female Quotient CEO Shelly Zalis to discuss how leaders can become more inclusive, thus creating a culture of inclusion within their respective organizations. Join Deloitte live on Twitter from the Female Quotient’s Equality Lounge @ Davos, home base for leaders across industries to meet and connect about advancing equality and solutions for change.

Building Better Boardrooms: How to close the leadership opportunity gap 

Thursday, 24 January 2019
1400 to 1445 hours IST

While we’ve seen the number of women and others from underrepresented groups climb toward parity in the workplace, executive boardrooms remain male-dominant. This session will reveal how to find opportunities and create visibility for those that are often excluded.

Deloitte US Chief Client Officer Stacy Janiak will join Quartz’s Eshe Nelson and Google Vice President Tara Walpert Levy to discuss how to build diversity inside and outside the boardroom. Join Deloitte live on Twitter from the Female Quotient’s Equality Lounge @ Davos, home base for leaders across industries to meet and connect about advancing equality and solutions for change.

AI and financial services: collaborating for success

Thursday, 24 January 2019
1715 to 1815 hours IST

Artificial intelligence presents an enormous opportunity for financial institutions to expand their capabilities; improving efficiency, accuracy, and customer engagement. But collaboration is needed to establish norms, avoid ecosystem risks, and unlock opportunities to address common problems with shared data. In this session we will discuss how can this type of collaboration can be successful and where financial services firms should look to begin. 

Deloitte Global Financial Services leader Bob Contri will be joined by {xxxx panelists insert here} to discuss the implications of artificial intelligence and automation within the financial services industry. Tune in live on Twitter and Facebook on Thursday, 24 January, to join the conversation.

The Future of Mobility – Explore how digital platforms could enable cities to significantly improve the movement of people and goods

Thursday, 24 January 2019
1930 to 2015 hours IST

Connecting users, transit providers, and infrastructure into a seamless, integrated multi-modal network can greatly improve the flow of people and goods currently constrained by rapid population growth, outmoded transportation systems and the rapid adoption of new mobility services. This session will explore the key capabilities, social benefits, technological components and funding/monetization of a mobility operating system and how it can be deployed now to help alleviate the pressing mobility challenges facing global cities while also making mobility more accessible, sustainable and equitable.

Alan Murray, President of Fortune, will moderate an exploration of the integrated mobility platform concept with Deloitte Future of Mobility leader Scott Corwin, Salesforce EVP and Chief Innovation Officer Simon Mulcahy, and Citi Vice Chairman Jay Collins. Tune in live on Twitter and Facebook on Thursday, 24 January, to join the conversation.

Human-powered innovation and leadership 4.0 

Thursday, 24 January 2019
2000 to 2030 hours IST

In today’s complex business environment, innovation not only requires shiny new tools or technologies, but also people with the right skills and knowledge to fuel continued growth. This session will explore workforce planning and leadership development strategies aimed to help enterprises innovate, grow, and succeed in this new era.

Deloitte US Tax Chairman and CEO Joe Ucuzoglu will join New York Times COO Meredith Levien to discuss how organizations can ensure people remain at the core of businesses transformation in our technology driven future. Join Deloitte live on Twitter from the Female Quotient’s Equality Lounge @ Davos, home base for leaders across industries to meet and connect about advancing equality and solutions for change.

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