Host Tanya Ott takes us back to two of our most popular topics of 2019: The meaning of work and the surprising parallels between duct tape and digital technology.
Katy Milkman, codirector of the Behavior Change for Good Initiative, shares some surprising findings on what kinds of nudges can help people make long-term behavioral changes.
Driven by positive consumer sentiment about the economy and household income, this holiday season should see healthy retail spending, with consumers picking experiences over gifts, and e-commerce over in-store purchases, says Rod Sides, Deloitte’s Global Retail leader.
The percentage of women in finance leadership roles is growing, but there's still a ways to go to reach gender equity. Amanda Pullinger, CEO of 100 Women in Finance, joins Deloitte's Stacy Sandler and Alison Rogish to discuss how the industry can improve.
Piyush Pandey, managing director at Deloitte’s Risk and Financial Advisory practice, talks about how to guard against cyberattacks on smart cities’ web of interconnected technologies and constant data flow.
To benefit from disruptive technologies such as AI and blockchain, businesses need to experiment with them, learn from failures, adapt, and start over, says Barb Renner, Deloitte US consumer products sector leader.
Despite decades of growth, Australia is facing economic challenges. To be ready, the country should reassess notions about work, workers, and workplaces, say Deloitte Access Economics’ David Rumbens, Jessica Mizrahi, and Cathryn Lee.
Jim Guszcza, Deloitte’s chief data scientist, explains how behavioral nudges, aided by AI and data science, can help governments, universities, and businesses address some of their most pressing issues.
Host Tanya Ott met with Stanley Porter and Marlene Motyka—authors of Deloitte’s 2019 Resources Study—to discuss how businesses and consumers are tackling climate change’s challenges and how to reduce carbon footprints.
In today’s data economy, governments should rethink what data can accomplish and work toward facilitating platforms where it can be used efficiently to further the greater public good, say Deloitte’s Bill Eggers and Beeck Center’s Sonal Shah.
Automation is changing how work gets done, and companies need to shift workers’ focus from routine tasks to more value-creating activities, the kind machines can’t replicate, say John Hagel and Maggie Wooll of Deloitte’s Center for the Edge.
Video gaming has moved out of the basement into the big league with eSports—the next wave in social networking. Will traditional TV sports get into a battle royale with eSports or will broadcasters work with gaming companies find monetization synergies? Deloitte’s Duncan Stewart and Chris Arkenberg have the answers.
China’s advances in 5G and semiconductors give it an edge in machine vision and machine learning. Those technological advances are firing up the country's ambition of greater independence and control over its own destiny, say Deloitte’s Paul Lee and Chris Arkenberg.
5G’s ultra-fast, low-cost networks are set to change the way the world experiences mobile—and connectivity. Deloitte’s telecom leaders—Paul Lee, Jeff Loucks, and Duncan Stewart—weigh in on the synergies 5G will unlock among AI, cloud, and IoT.
The popularity of smart speakers is soaring off the charts, even though they’re an urban-wealthy trend right now. And video hasn’t killed the radio star. In fact, radio is edging out TV in terms of listening time, according to the predictions of Deloitte’s technology leaders Paul Lee and Duncan Stewart.
Both quantum computers and 3D printing have received a lot of hype, but the reality is is more complex than the headlines. Deloitte technology leader Duncan Stewart breaks down what to expect from these disruptive technologies.
How can organizations survive the disruption caused by digital technologies? By embracing a digital environment, encouraging a culture of technology-enabled collaboration, and having the courage to experiment and fail, say Deloitte’s Ahn Phillips and Boston College’s Jerry Kane, authors of The Technology Fallacy .
Economic fundamentals are strong, the regulatory climate is favorable, and transformation technologies are more effective than ever before. Now is the time for the banking industry to rethink transformation and pursue long-term strategic change, say Deloitte’s Val Srinivas, Scott Baret, and Anna Celner.
Scott Buchholz and Bill Briggs, technology leaders at Deloitte, recap their 2019 Tech Trends report with a look at how today’s technology landscape is driving businesses strategy and laying the groundwork for future innovation.
We are entering the era of pervasive intelligence thanks to AI. David Schatsky, leader of Deloitte's trend-sensing program, says it is high time companies took stock of the impact this will have on their businesses and position themselves to reap the benefits.
Behavior change is hard! But when done smartly, with the help of behavioral nudges, you can set yourself up to succeed. It’s all about building the right environment.
Sustained economic growth, rising interest rates, and higher investment income contributed to a strong year for insurers in 2018. Tanya talks to insurance practice leader Gary Shaw about the possibilities for 2019—will it be another banner year, or will longer-term challenges like the potential for economic slowdown and ongoing disputes over tariffs and trade rules cast a shadow on the industry?
Investment management is in a period of rapid change, driven by shifting investor preferences, margin compression, regulatory developments and advancing technologies. Patrick Henry leads Deloitte’s investment-management practice in the United States, and he helps Tanya understand how technology, talent, and economic changes may affect investment management firms.
The commercial real estate industry thrives on risk, but it’s not always so open to change. Tanya talks to Bob O’Brien, who leads Deloitte’s global real estate sector, and Jim Berry, U.S. leader for real estate, about how new business models and competition, extensive use of technology, and changing tenant and investor expectations are redefining the commercial real estate industry.