Building the resilient organization
2021 Deloitte Global resilience report
What five traits of resilience can help organizations thrive under extreme conditions? Deliberately cultivating these attributes can better position your organization to overcome disruptions and usher in a better normal.
Modernizing the three lines of defense model
An internal audit perspective
As the risk landscape becomes more complex and fast-moving, it exposes weaknesses in the traditional three lines of defense model. How can internal audit (IA) play a key role in evolving and strengthening this critical risk management framework?
Rebooting risk management
Making risk relevant in a world remade by COVID-19
Today’s environment is one not only of heightened risk, but of prolonged uncertainty. Blurring the lines between business-as-usual risk management, crisis management, and resilience can enable agility in the face of an uncertain future.
2021 Global Marketing Trends: Find your focus
Constant technological change and increasing reliance on digital can leave people wanting for human connection. These seven trends can help build connection to drive engagement and growth for brands in an unprecedented 2021.
Taking aim at value: Avoid overconfidence and look again at risk
C-suite and board survey explores risk as a value creator and shines spotlight on overconfidence
Combating COVID-19 with resilience
A collection of Global Deloitte insights to help businesses manage and mitigate the risk associated with COVID-19.
Overcoming the threats and uncertainty
Extended enterprise risk management global survey report 2017
In many organizations, third-party governance and risk management (TPGRM) has continued to benefit from greater executive awareness. However, significant changes in the external environment have slowed down progress in implementing holistic, integrated frameworks and risk management mechanisms.
2018 Planning Priorities for Internal Audit in Financial Services
This latest edition of our hot topics paper explores key priorities that internal audit departments should be considering for 2018. Internal audit is not an isolated or standalone activity: it should be responsive to business issues and change, and provide confidence in the outcomes firms generate.