5 Apr.

Deloitte’s 2022 Chief Strategy Officer Survey

Business Strategy & Tax

Tuesday, 01:00 p.m.  ET | 1 hr
Credits offered: CPE Event language: English

Participants will learn the state and evolution of Strategy as a corporate function, including the growing importance of technology fluency and purpose motivation, and key strategic challenges and priorities for CSOs as uncertainty and volatility continue.

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Key takeaways

Host: Thomas Schoenwaelder, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP

1 Overview CPE credit | Business Management & Organization

The 2022 Chief Strategy Officer (CSO) Survey is the third annual study in a longitudinal series designed to provide unique insight to help Strategy Executives shape their own roles, evolve their Strategy function capabilities, and set strategic priorities. The survey revealed key themes and insights for how Strategy can be positioned for success in the long term, despite continued short-term uncertainty. We’ll discuss:

  • Growing during the pandemic: navigating near-term challenges while seeding long-term opportunities
  • The convergence of technology and enterprise strategy: harnessing advanced technology as a strategic enabler
  • Doing well while doing good: articulating purpose vision and connecting it to enterprise strategy

Meet the speakers

Tom Schoenwaelder

Tom Schoenwaelder

Strategic Growth Transformation Leader

Tom is a New York based principal at Deloitte and leads the Strategic Growth Transformation market offering at Monitor Deloitte. Previously, he was a partner at Monitor Group, where he consulted for 14 years and was co-head of Monitor’s New York office. Tom focuses on working closely with senior leadership teams to develop their growth strategies and architect the enterprise-wide transformations. Tom has worked over a wide range of sectors spanning manufacturing; oil and gas; retail; travel, leisure and hospitality; consumer goods; financial services; and media, with a particular focus on consumer industries. He has helped clients accelerate growth in their core business, plan category, channel and geographic expansion programs, design new business models to pursue transformational growth opportunities, and revive underperforming businesses. Tom has worked extensively with client teams in North America, Europe, and Asia. Recent engagements include engineering a digital transformation for one of the world’s largest CPG companies, an innovation-led transformation for a large oil and gas player, transforming the customer experience for a leading US retailer, building a new US business for a leading Indian conglomerate, developing emerging market business models and entry strategies for a global consumer and industrial products conglomerate, and redesigning the customer experience for one of the world’s leading airlines. Tom is a frequent speaker on the topics of strategy, innovation, and business transformation. Tom has worked in Boston, Frankfurt, Moscow, and New York and has also lived in South East Asia for many years. Tom holds a BA from Harvard University, and an MBA from Kellogg. He currently lives in New York City with his wife Zeynep and sons Alexander, Theo and Markus.  

Steven Goldbach

Steven Goldbach

Principal | Chief Strategy Officer

Steven Goldbach is a principal at Deloitte and serves as the firm’s chief strategy officer. He is a globally recognized strategist and executive advisor. Prior to joining Deloitte, Steve was a partner at Monitor Group and co-head of its New York office. Additionally, Steve was previously the Director of Strategy at Forbes. Steve helps executives and their teams transform their organizations by making challenging and pragmatic strategy choices in the face of uncertainty. He is an architect, expert practitioner, and teacher of a wide array of strategy and innovation methods and tools. Over a 25+ year career, Steve has served clients across most industries, with an emphasis on industries in transition and consumer-driven sectors. Steve is the co-author of the national bestselling books, Provoke: How Leaders Shape the Future by Overcoming Fatal Human Flaws and Detonate: Why–and How–Corporations need to Blow up Best Practices (and Bring a Beginner’s Mind) to Survive. In 2019 Thinkers50 named Steve as a finalist for the Distinguished Achievement Award in Strategy. Holding business degrees from both Queen's University at Kingston and Columbia Business School, Steve is a member of the Global Advisory Board of the Smith School of Business at Queen's.

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