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US and global capital market events continue to drive real estate transactional activity, and the competition for capital is intensifying. What could these factors mean for companies in the real estate industry as year-end 2018 approaches? Participants will gain insights on recent and upcoming developments in the capital markets and the potential effects of them on real estate markets.
As R&D productivity among bio pharma and medtech companies continues to decline, patient demands are going up. Technology may be poised to transform drug and device development, but is the industry ready to embrace this shift? Participants will learn about technology’s expanding role in the R&D process and strategies that companies can consider to embrace the change.
Risks of cyberattacks and disruption to the energy industry have increased dramatically with expanded connectivity and use of emerging technologies, such as Internet of Things devices. How can companies in the electric power sector address these risks given their central role in the economy? Participants will learn about new and emerging cyber risks, how the industry is responding, and effective frameworks for assessing and responding to them.
Blockchain is one of many digital disruptors that are shaking up other industries generally and bringing change to airline operations and ecosystems specifically. What practical uses are airlines finding for this new technology today? Participants will learn how blockchain can have a positive impact on airlines, as well as explore practical applications.
Businesses of many shapes and sizes are using cloud computing and software-as-a-service solutions to gain rapid access to world-class IT capabilities. What should companies consider as they make a shift to a flexible consumption model or optimize their existing model? Participants will hear results of the Deloitte flexible consumption survey and better understand how to evolve their business to meet customer demands.
Seismic shifts are reshaping the new world of government work. What are the trends that government leaders should know about as they navigate the new landscape going into 2019? Participants will review Deloitte’s report on 2018 Human Capital Trends: A government & public services perspective and learn how organizations can address human capital issues of the future.
Patients are increasingly owning their health and becoming power players in the health care ecosystem. How can the life sciences and health care industry support this shift from sick care to health care? Participants will learn about strategies health care stakeholders can use to empower consumers to own their health, drive value, and improve outcomes.