50 million futures prepared for a world of opportunity
Deloitte is committed to empowering people to succeed in a rapidly changing global economy.
As the 4th Industrial Revolution unfolds, leaders across business and government are asking themselves, “How do we prepare?”
At Deloitte, we are inspired by the promise of this industrial revolution. Its acceleration of technology and digitization across all aspects of life present incredible opportunity. We are preparing people, and the organizations they are part of, to be ready for the prosperity and progress it offers.
Globally, millions have been left behind, unable to fulfil their aspirations and potential. They lack the education, skills, and training needed. This is causing widening inequality, declining productivity, and rising social tensions.
This is why we have created WorldClass – an organization-wide initiative that aligns Deloitte’s local efforts around a global ambition. Through WorldClass, we are applying our core skills, experience, and global reach to empower more people through education, skills development, and access to opportunity.
We are committing our most valued asset—our more than 250,000 professionals in firms around the globe—to creating opportunities for those left behind. By collaborating with businesses, government, and educators, together we can transform learning and enable individuals to access the skills they really need to meet future job demands.
Through WorldClass we will prepare 50 million futures for a world of opportunity. We will make an impact that matters.
In line with the timeframe for achieving the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), we are committed to reaching this target by 2030. WorldClass supports the goals focused on inclusive and equitable education and lifelong learning (SDG4), and sustained economic growth and decent work for all (SDG8).
Deloitte member firms around the world are delivering programs and initiatives that support the WorldClass ambition.
Supporting innovation through cross-sector collaboration
Driven by accelerating connectivity, new talent models, and cognitive tools, work is changing. As robotics, AI, the gig economy and crowds grow, jobs are being reinvented, creating the “augmented workforce.” We must reconsider how jobs are designed and work to adapt and learn for future growth.