Deloitte at Davos 2018
23-26 January 2018 | 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. Please join the conversation by exploring Deloitte’s Davos insights, attending one of our livestream events, and browsing the perspectives of our leaders in attendance.
Deloitte's Davos Insights
Deloitte’s insights explore the intersection of readiness for the Fourth Industrial Revolution and this year’s Davos theme, “Creating a Shared Future in a Fractured World.” This year, Deloitte will release the inaugural #ReadinessReport and make the survey’s findings the cornerstone of its on-site showcase.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is here—is the C-suite ready?
Are business and government leaders ready to harness the full potential of Industry 4.0? That’s the question explored in a recent Deloitte Global survey that sought to measure business and government readiness for the Fourth Industrial Revolution—or “Industry 4.0.”
The research surveyed more than 1,600 C-level executives across 19 countries, including select interviews. What did we learn?
The business case for inclusive growth
The first Deloitte Global inclusive growth survey examines executives’ attitudes towards achieving inclusive
Designing a Seamless Integrated Mobility System (SIMSystem): A Manifesto for Transforming Passenger and Goods Mobility
As more than 2 billion people are added to the global population in the coming decades and urban populations continue to grow, the question arises: how will we move them, and the goods they require, more efficiently and effectively than today? This collaborative effort from Deloitte’s Future of Mobility practice and the World Economic Forum examines this question and how a seamless integrated mobility system is needed to address future mobility challenges.
Power Up: UK skills
Rapid advances in technology are changing fundamentally how work is done and there is a great deal of uncertainty about which of today’s jobs will continue to exist in the near future. If the predictions of technology disrupting entire industries come to pass, workers will need the ability to move into different types of jobs at different points in their career, and apply their underlying transferable ‘human’ skills to different contexts. 'Power Up: UK Skills' examines the opportunities for employers, educators and policymakers to recognize the underlying transferable skills inherent in different occupations to smooth transitions for workers between different industries and occupations.