Unshackling the creative business
Breaking the trade-off between creativity and efficiency can allow an organization to innovate, transform, and overcome disruption. Here’s how to start.
From livable to lovable: Making cities more human
Cities can take concrete steps to embody elements of a lovable city, helping their residents feel more connected. The payoff: happier, more resilient citizens poised to drive economic growth.
Teaming your way through disruption
Digital tools and capabilities have been credited with helping many organizations weather the COVID-19 disruption, but there’s also an analog source of innovation and adaptability in trying times: cross-functional collaboration.
Leadership lessons from Leonardo
Tapping into the convergence of art and science can help improve everything from strategic planning to performance management. Here are five leadership lessons gleaned from a Renaissance master.
Putting more stock in good governance
Long-term investors expect more from boards on environmental and social issues. Amy Borrus of the Council of Institutional Investors shares her thoughts.
Learning resilience from the pros
Professional athletes build resilience by using data to find and fine-tune strengths and weaknesses, and developing multiple tools and talents to help maintain a competitive advantage, according to sports performance specialist Marcus Elliott. Organizations can follow the same playbook.
Bite-size insights from Deloitte research
Repairing global trust has economic advantages
How to quantify trust’s impact on economic growth across global markets
Well-being’s return on investment
US health care’s focus on wellbeing could yield significant savings by 2040, Deloitte research finds
Could decarbonization become one of Asia Pacific’s most profitable exports?
A new Deloitte analysis quantifies the economic impact that decarbonization could have on the region
The US food industry serves up new workplace options
Examining one industry’s plans to put employees’ preferences first
Shop local—and social
Many European consumers still value the in-store experience
US board diversity is a work in progress
Incremental gains may not satisfy growing demands for equitable representation
Paying heed to the voice of all banking customers
When courting the underbanked, financial firm strategies and consumer preferences may be out of sync
The manufacturing workforce deficit
Open positions are piling up in the US manufacturing industry, and talent challenges abound
Adapting your supply chain to the era of disruption
Completing complex projects in Africa’s challenging environment requires balancing the technical with the interpersonal
Gerald C. Kane
Anh Nguyen Phillips
Jonathan R. Copulsky