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The accelerating world of connectivity is transforming organizations, reshaping competitive landscapes, and creating new market opportunities. How and why are enterprises across the world adopting advanced wireless technologies? Participants will discover how their company's connectivity posture compares to others in the market and learn to discuss the current state of advanced wireless adoption.
AI is delivering significant business benefits today-and its potential to shape the future of health is even greater. Life sciences and health care leaders have only just begun to realize these benefits AI. Participants will explore the impact AI can have on the health care industry and how they can do more to leverage AI to transform processes and achieve a competitive edge.
The year 2020 was challenging, and government had to not only confront a massive public health challenge but also confront major economic and social disruptions. The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated-in some cases, by years—trends such as the digitization of government. What are the most transformative trends in government today? Participants will gain an understanding of the top trends transforming government today so they can navigate the journey ahead.
The much-anticipated boost in productivity that Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies such as AI, cloud, and automation were supposed to bring are showing signs of arrival. How can organizations and their HR executives better position themselves to capitalize on this moment? Participants will gain new insights into productivity drivers and learn ways to re-architect how work is performed by tapping into human and technology capabilities to achieve new outcomes.
In the rapidly evolving business landscape, there is an increased risk of material reporting misstatements, often resulting from a stagnant and unresponsive control environment. What is driving this, and how should companies mitigate the changing risk profile? Participants will hear examples of recent restatement events, what led to them, and how companies are strengthening their control environment, with tighter integration to the business.
Reliable information is vital for a private company's strategic business decisions. What can you do to increase your comfort that information coming from across your company is timely, accurate, and reliable? Participants will learn how internal controls can mitigate operational and financial risks and explore how private companies across a broad spectrum, from venture-backed to private equity investor-funded, to family businesses, can gain business value from their internal controls program.
Underwriting transformation means more than automating routine tasks and augmenting teams with emerging technologies and alternative data sources. Insurers need to hire and develop exponential underwriters with new skill sets and enhanced responsibilities. This requires implementation of interdependent initiatives. Participants will explore the benefits of exponential underwriting and the risks of a delayed or disjointed transformation.
US international tax compliance continues to evolve following TCJA. Have your processes been updated to consider the newest challenges presented by the greatly expanded reporting requirements? As there continues to be greater transparency and granularity in international tax compliance and reporting. Participants will review ongoing issues with international tax compliance and explore ways a sustainable approach can help address them.
While fourth industrial revolution (4IR) technologies can help to drive social breakthroughs and economic value, they also have the potential for misuse. An important consideration for governments, businesses and civil society is how can these technologies be harnessed appropriately, and how can technology governance be a foundational component of the development and deployment. Participants have the opportunity to gain an understating of how governments, businesses and civil society can harness these technologies by effectively governing them.
Finding qualified talent continues to be a challenge for most manufacturers. Manufacturers should move quickly to build a workforce management strategy that expands diversity, fosters an inclusive culture, and upskills their workforce for tomorrow. Participants will have the opportunity to learn how manufacturing leaders could address some of the particular challenges they face filling jobs today and learn how to create an approach to seeding tomorrow's talent through a broader pipeline strategy.
Cryptocurrencies have been in the spotlight recently, prompting many management teams and boards to explore how to integrate digital assets into their business. Digital assets are a new frontier; there is no playbook and relatively few rules to guide the way. Yet, the adoption of crypto is becoming more common. Participants will gain insights based on our presenters' practical experience.
As private companies continue to redefine work and virtual work becomes commonplace, executives are looking for ways to retain the secret sauce of their in-person workplaces. But how can they also keep the benefits of virtual as they look ahead to reopening the workplace? Participants will learn about characteristics of culture that enable organizations to thrive today and explore ways to bolster their culture while emerging from the pandemic.
According to OECD statistics, transfer pricing controversies increased more than 20 percent in 2019. How can Advance Pricing Agreements (APAs) and Mutual Agreement Procedures (MAPs) help multinationals mitigate transfer pricing risk? Participants will consider insights from the APMA Program Director and learn about transfer pricing, APA, and MAP developments.
The balance of internal vs. external workers is shifting in many organizations, yet management practices still focus largely on employee-only workforces. How can HR executives work across the C-suite to strategically and operationally manage distributed, diverse workforces that cross internal and external boundaries? Participants will explore the future of the workforce and discover ways to reframe their practices to support a workforce ecosystem approach.
China's path forward continues to be influenced by multiple changes and forces, as the impact of the pandemic ramps down, a new US negotiating team is fielded, capital markets migrate, and financial service technologies develop, and the interplay between forces to globalize and deglobalize evolves. Participants will receive an update on key economic, diplomatic, and commercial trends underway and insights will be provided aimed to support strategic decision-making.
The ever-increasing pace of change in today's global economy presents significant challenges when designing a data model that will be relevant 10 or even five years from now. How can finance executives establish a data strategy that can outlive the needs of today? Participants will also gain specific considerations for developing a finance data strategy in the midst of ERP-enabled finance transformation to help realize even greater benefits from the technology investment.
Global businesses are road-mapping their digital transformation journey through adoption of evolving business models, creation of digital principal models, going digital, and addressing changing global digital invoicing and reporting requirements. These digital “life events” can present significant considerations and challenges from a global indirect tax (VAT/GST) perspective. Participants will gain insight into the various technology and data enablers and other methodologies available to enable global businesses to proactively address the global indirect tax life cycle.
The pandemic has accelerated preexisting industry trends and altered entertainment-related behaviors. For technology, media, and telecommunications (TMT) companies, understanding and harnessing consumer attitudes and behaviors is crucial to driving loyalty and enabling growth. Participants will gain insights from Deloitte's Digital Media Trends, 15th edition, and determine how these trends might impact strategic planning for TMT companies.
The inherent risks associated with the traditionally manual and decentralized statutory reporting process may be exacerbated by increased regulatory changes, emerging technology, and globalization, which could now be further complicated with upsurges in remote work environments. How can the reporting process adapt to a rapidly changing world? Participants will hear insights into connected reporting strategies that can help organizations better adapt to a changing world.
2020 was an unprecedented year for all of us. As we enter the post pandemic period and beyond, how can business leaders emerge stronger, confident, and prepared to lead their organizations into the future? Deloitte's 2021 CSO Survey findings provide unique insight to help Strategy executives shape their own roles, evolve their Strategy function capabilities, and set strategic priorities to win. Participants will learn about the four major themes from the survey and how Strategy has been affected by the pandemic.
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