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Tim Hanley, shares his perspectives on the Consumer Electronics Show 2017, and the inspiring development and potential of mobility as a service.
Warwick Goodall, Director, Transport Technology and Technology Strategy at Deloitte examines what Mobility as a service (MaaS) is and how cities can take full advantage.
This post by Duane Dickson and Marcus Johnson addresses the issues causing widespread talent challenges throughout manufacturing and how they are being amplified by intense changes in the global chemical industry.
I will never look at a bicycle the same way again
Global CEO Punit Renjen on the importance of expanding opportunity
In this LinkedIn Influencers blog series, Deloitte Global CEO, Punit Renjen, uses a poignant story about a bicycle to share his perspectives on the importance of expanding opportunity as central to the role of business in society.
Feeling overlooked by employers, most Millennial women have one foot out the door
By David Cruickshank, Deloitte Global Chairman
Examining the results from the 2016 Millennial Survey, Deloitte Global Chairman, David Cruickshank shares his perspectives on employee retention and why the lack of loyalty among young professionals should sound alarm bells as Millennials become the predominant part of the workforce around the world.
DTTL's Global C&IP Leader shares his thoughts on how factors such as disruptive innovation, energy, trade, and the future of mobility are affecting the manufacturing industry.
Representing Deloitte at a number of events coinciding with United Nations General Assembly week, Chip Cottrell shared his experience during the United Nations’ 70th Anniversary celebration.
Global Consumer & Industrial Products leader, Tim Hanley, shares his perspectives on how the Manufacturing industry is evolving in this LinkedIn blog post. Hanley examines new technologies that are spurring the potential for disruptive innovation.
The Future Leaders Program (FLP) challenges participants to think about ideas of how to scale up business actions on climate change and improve the business case. Participants are business professionals coming from companies that are members of the WBCSD, a members-based network of around 200 global businesses. Eduardo, a Deloitte Sustainability Services professional based in Medellin, Colombia, was selected to represent Deloitte globally to participate in the Future Leaders Program of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD). He shares his thoughts on the experience in this post.