Deloitte at the Brussels Forum 2017
German Marshall Fund of the US (GMF)
As strategic partner to the annual GMF Brussels Forum, Deloitte is joining influential North American and European political, corporate, and intellectual leaders to address challenges facing both sides of the Atlantic, with a particular emphasis on the changing nature of work and smart regulations.
This year’s GMF Brussels Forum is examining the theme ‘End of Complacency – Era of Action?’ and includes a series of panel discussions focused on key issues facing the Transatlantic and global economies. A delegation of Deloitte leaders will participate in a number of these sessions, including Deloitte Global Chief Operating Officer Frank Friedman, who will be speaking during a plenary panel on the topic of The Future of Work. The Deloitte delegation includes:
- Frank Friedman, Deloitte Global Chief Operating Officer
- Roger Dassen, Deloitte Global Vice Chairman, Risk Regulatory, and Public Policy
- David Barnes, Deloitte Global Public Policy Leader
- Enrico Ciai, CEO, Deloitte Italy
- Martin Plendl, CEO, Deloitte Germany
- Alastair Teare, CEO, Deloitte Central Europe
- Piet Vandendriessche, CEO, Deloitte Belgium
- Elisabeth Denison, Chief Strategy & Talent Officer, Deloitte Germany and EMEA Talent Leader
Deloitte is also actively engaged with the GMF Young Professionals Summit, which runs from 22-24 March. This program helps to foster the next generation of Transatlantic leaders. The following Deloitte professionals, who were nominated by senior leaders, will be attending the YPS.
- Alexander Cherinko, Director, Deloitte CIS
- Hubert Kreuch, Senior Manager, Deloitte Austria
- Simon Nedess, Senior Manager, Deloitte Germany
Deloitte on the Brussels Forum Program
Future of Work
The nature of work and the workforce is changing rapidly, driven by the acceleration of connectivity and cognitive technologies. Almost every job is being reinvented as the workplace evolves to a flexible workforce augmented by software, robots, crowds, and artificial intelligence.
Deloitte has been at the forefront of chronicling this trend and working with employers to navigate the future of work. Deloitte is helping organizations understand this new, augmented workforce and the changes they must implement, from the way they design jobs and organize work to how they think about workforce and skills planning. From a public policy perspective, Deloitte is engaging with leaders on issues such as identifying and developing the skills that will be in demand in the future, as well as understanding how to harness the opportunities an inclusive workplace presents.
Smart regulation is about making rules simpler and managing them more effectively around the world, while allowing regulators and business the flexibility to adapt to changes as they arise. International coordination, consistency in approach, and above all dialogue will be increasingly critical in mitigating potential risks to the public interest. With ever-smarter regulation required as new opportunities and challenges emerge in our changing world, Deloitte is actively engaged in the global conversation.