Deloitte Global Insights

Deloitte Global Insights

Synopsis

Deloitte Global Insights is an audio news podcast that delves into the business strategies that address the issues affecting your industry. Topics such as globalization, accounting, tax, finance, technology, risk management, governance and much more are discussed with some of the industries? most experienced minds at the Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu member firms.

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Episodes

  • Digital health and cyber security
    Digital health and cyber security
    08/05/2015

    Featuring Gregory Reh, DTTL Global Sector leader for life sciences and life sciences consulting leader for Deloitte Consulting LLP in the United States, and Jennifer Malatesta, advisory leader for life sciences for Deloitte & Touche LLP in the in the United States.

  • MA and beyond
    M&A and beyond
    08/05/2015

    Featuring Reynold W. (Pete) Mooney, DTTL Global Leader, Life Sciences & Health Care and Homi Kapadia, US Life Sciences Sector Leader.

  • Value-based pricing and reimbursement
    Value-based pricing and reimbursement
    08/05/2015

    Featuring Reynold W. (Pete) Mooney, DTTL Global Leader, Life Sciences & Health Care and Homi Kapadia, US Life Sciences Sector Leader.

  • Healthcare and the future
    Healthcare and the future
    08/05/2015

    Featuring Reynold W. (Pete) Mooney, DTTL Global Leader, Life Sciences & Health Care and Homi Kapadia, US Life Sciences Sector Leader.

  • Preparing the accountants for tomorrow, part II
    Preparing the accountants for tomorrow, part II
    15/01/2015

    Part 2: Learn how accounting curriculums are changing to keep pace with the profession.

  • Preparing the accountants for tomorrow, part I
    Preparing the accountants for tomorrow, part I
    15/01/2015

    Part 1: Learn how educators are helping their students get ready to enter the work force.

  • New businesses, new markets: How will the life sciences industry rise to the challenge?
    New businesses, new markets: How will the life sciences industry rise to the challenge?
    22/11/2013

    Listen as Deloitte Life Sciences and Health Care leaders discuss themes from The Financial Times 2013 Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology Conference.

  • TMT Predictions 2013: A midyear checkpoint
    TMT Predictions 2013: A midyear checkpoint
    18/10/2013

    Listen as the co-authors discuss hits, misses, and accuracy for 2013 predictions in technology, media & telecoms.

  • Transformation beyond reform: The impact of health care reform on the life sciences industry
    Transformation beyond reform: The impact of health care reform on the life sciences industry
    23/05/2013

    Listen as Deloitte life science and health care industry leaders discuss topics from the Financial Times U.S. Healthcare and Life Sciences Conference 2013.

  • The operating model implications for IFRS for insurance
    The operating model implications for IFRS for insurance
    18/02/2013

    Listen to Deloitte’s IFRS Insurance Lead Partners discussing, “The operating model implications for IFRS for insurance”.

  • TMT Predictions 2013 - Technology overview
    TMT Predictions 2013 - Technology overview
    25/01/2013

    Listen in as the TMT Predictions 2013 provide an overview of Technology sector predictions for 2013.

  • The PC is not dead: its about usage not units
    The PC is not dead: it's about usage not units
    25/01/2013

    Have smartphones and tablets taken over, and is it the end of the PC? Listen in as the co-authors discuss this technology sector prediction for 2013.

  • Bring your own computer: a tale of two interpretations
    Bring your own computer: a tale of two interpretations
    25/01/2013

    What are BYOC, or bring your own computer, policies and what does Deloitte predict for 2013? Listen as the co-authors discuss.

  • P@$$1234: the end of strong password-only security
    P@$$1234: the end of strong password-only security
    25/01/2013

    Listen in as the co-authors discuss P@$$1234: the end of strong password-only security, a technology sector predictions for 2013.

  • Enterprise Social Networks: another tool, but not yet a panacea
    Enterprise Social Networks: another tool, but not yet a panacea
    25/01/2013

    Enterprise social networks have been a hot topic for years, but what does the future hold? Listen in as the TMT Predictions 2013 co-authors discuss key points from this technology prediction.

  • Lets get together: crowdfunding portals bring in the bucks
    Let's get together: crowdfunding portals bring in the bucks
    25/01/2013

    What is crowdsourcing and what does Deloitte predict for 2013.? Is crowdfunding simply an alternative to traditional venture capital, or is there actually much more to the concept?

  • The button stays beautiful
    The button stays beautiful
    25/01/2013

    Deloitte predicts that a growing range of high-end TV sets are likely to incorporate gesture or voice based controls in 2013, but this prediction comes with a twist.

  • TMT Predictions 2013 - Media overview
    TMT Predictions 2013 - Media overview
    25/01/2013

    Listen in as the TMT Predictions 2013 co-authors provide an introduction to the media sector predictions for 2013.

  • 4K kicks off
    4K kicks off
    25/01/2013

    This prediction discusses the next generation of high definition (HD) TVs, known as 4k, and what factors are most likely to fuel growth

  • Dual video screening readies for prime time
    Dual video screening readies for prime time
    25/01/2013

    What key factors are driving dual video screening, and what other interesting trends or applications emerge as we take a deeper look at dual video screening?

  • Connected TV: hits and misses
    Connected TV: hits and misses
    25/01/2013

    Deloitte predicts connected TV will remain a secondary priority and seldom a key driver of purchasing decisions.

  • Over-the-top may lift legacy broadcasters and distributors more than pure plays
    Over-the-top may lift legacy broadcasters and distributors more than pure plays
    25/01/2013

    Mainstream broadcasters’ strong brand image and customer loyalty will put them in position to grab market share in the growing space in 2013.

  • The reality of “cord cutting” in North America
    The reality of “cord cutting” in North America
    25/01/2013

    Deloitte predicts that in almost all N. American households that pay for TV through multichannel video programming distributors (MVPD) will continue to subscribe in 2013.

  • TMT Predictions 2013 - Telecommunications overview
    TMT Predictions 2013 - Telecommunications overview
    25/01/2013

    Listen in as the TMT Predictions 2013 co-authors provide an introduction to the telecommunications sector predictions for 2013.

  • A strong year for LTE adoption
    A strong year for LTE adoption
    25/01/2013

    The ability of LTE (4G) to deliver more data at faster speeds suggests a strong year ahead in 2013.

  • Smartphones ship a billion but usage becomes simpler
    Smartphones ship a billion but usage becomes simpler
    25/01/2013

    Smartphones ship a billion but usage is likely to become simpler and continue to stratify in 2013.

  • “Mobile” advertising is dead. Long live tablet and smartphone advertising
    “Mobile” advertising is dead. Long live tablet and smartphone advertising
    25/01/2013

    Deloitte predicts that advertising on tablets and smartphones will mature into distinct markets in 2013, leading to increasingly formats and income streams.

  • All-you-can-app
    All-you-can-app
    25/01/2013

    Deloitte predicts that in 2013 between 50 and 100 mobile operators will offer app (AYCA) services with unlimited access to specific applications.

  • The looming spectrum shortage: worse before it gets better
    The looming spectrum shortage: worse before it gets better
    25/01/2013

    What does spectrum shortage mean and what does Deloitte predict for 2013? What emerging technologies have the potential to address some spectrum concerns?

  • The Alignment of IFRS for Insurance with Solvency II
    The Alignment of IFRS for Insurance with Solvency II
    24/01/2013

    Listen to Deloitte’s Solvency II and IFRS Insurance Lead Partners discussing, “The Alignment of IFRS for Insurance with Solvency II”.

  • TMT Predictions 2013: The 2012 Scorecard
    TMT Predictions 2013: The 2012 Scorecard
    11/01/2013

    How accurate were Deloitte’s 2012 predictions in technology, media & telecommunications? The co-authors discuss hits & misses from 2012.

  • Value at risk? The role for life sciences in the new health care era
    Value at risk? The role for life sciences in the new health care era
    31/12/2012

    Discussion of Financial Times Global Pharma & Biotech Conf. 2012 topics, including value based pricing (VBP), innovation & evolving operating models.

  • Managing the uncertainty of reform in life sciences and health care
    Managing the uncertainty of reform in life sciences and health care
    31/12/2012

    Deloitte leaders discuss implications of reform for stakeholders across the global health care continuum, personalized medicine, and Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER).

  • Global Powers of Retailing 2012 | Consumer Business
    Global Powers of Retailing 2012 | Consumer Business
    31/12/2012

    Deloitte leaders discuss "Q ratio", changes retailers can make to stay competitive, and how those change may impact the store environment.

  • Pricing: A fast track to creating sustainable value
    Pricing: A fast track to creating sustainable value
    31/12/2012

    Deloitte leaders discuss the critical role of pricing in an increasingly complex and increasingly global business environment.

  • TMT Predictions 2012: A midyear checkpoint
    TMT Predictions 2012: A midyear checkpoint
    24/07/2012

    How accurate were Deloitte’s predictions in technology, media & telecommunications? TMT Predictions co-authors Paul Lee and Duncan Stewart reflect upon Predictions 2012, share insights from launch events around the world, and provide a preview of Predictions 2013.

  • Media overview
    Media overview
    03/04/2012

    Television, gaming, the music industry, and social media are among the topics covered in the 2011 Media Predictions podcast featuring Ed Shedd and Duncan Stewart.

  • Telecommunications overview
    Telecommunications overview
    03/04/2012

    In the spotlight for this year’s Telecommunications predictions: Devices and data. In this podcast, Phil Asmundson provides an overview of each of the five telecommunications predictions for 2012.

  • All aboard for the catch-up commuter thanks to the portable DVR
    All aboard for the catch-up commuter thanks to the portable DVR
    12/03/2012

    Smartphone and tablet owners will watch five billion hours of catch-up television content on their devices while on public transport in 2012, as the age of the “catch-up commuter” starts to take off.

  • Online coupon intermediaries: from novelty, to celebrity, to sizeable niche
    Online coupon intermediaries: from novelty, to celebrity, to sizeable niche
    12/03/2012

    The online coupon sector has evolved rapidly from novelty to celebrity over the course of 2011 but 2012 is the year that it is likely to settle into a small niche, albeit one that generates billions of dollars in revenue.

  • The schedule dominates, still
    The schedule dominates, still
    12/03/2012

    For all the talk of the death of linear television, 95 percent of all television programmes watched in 2012 will be live or within a day of the original broadcast.

  • Targeted television advertisements miss the target
    Targeted television advertisements miss the target
    12/03/2012

    Prohibitive development costs will keep targeted advertising, based on data such as income or age, to a fraction of the total 2012 global television advertising spend.

  • Extracting the premium from social games
    Extracting the premium from social games
    12/03/2012

    In 2012, companies will need to evolve away from the "freemium" model that has propelled them into the spotlight to take a greater portion of the US$63 billion global games market.

  • A “brand” new day for online ads
    A “brand” new day for online ads
    12/03/2012

    The advertising market is set to expand across the board in 2012 but the online branding segment is set to outpace the traditional and online markets in terms of growth.

  • Market research is all in your head: MRI machines and media
    Market research is all in your head: MRI machines and media
    12/03/2012

    The advertising industry will have brains on the brain in 2012 as the use of functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging - fMRI - machines grows in influence.

  • Consumer tech demand defies the economic headwinds
    Consumer tech demand defies the economic headwinds
    12/03/2012

    Demand for consumer technology will continue to advance in 2012 with record numbers of smartphones and tablets likely to be sold and demand from emerging markets for lower-cost televisions and computers boosting volumes.

  • It takes two to tablet: the rise of the multi-tablet owner
    It takes two to tablet: the rise of the multi-tablet owner
    12/03/2012

    The tablet explosion has shown little sign of slowing down since the format hit the market in 2010 and in 2012 it is set to take on the mantle of the most rapid "multi-anything" market penetration in history.

  • Technology overview
    Technology overview
    12/03/2012

    Eric Openshaw, of Deloitte LLP in the United States, provides an overview of technology trends for 2012 including the rise of big data, hard drive storage, ambient radio frequency power harvesting, 3D printing, the tablet market, and consumer spending.

  • 3D Printing is here – but the factory in every home isn’t here yet!
    3D Printing is here – but the factory in every home isn’t here yet!
    12/03/2012

    3D printing has caught the attention of the public but the hype around the technology does not recognize the severe limitations of the concept.

  • Ambient radio frequency power harvesting: a drop in the bucket
    Ambient radio frequency power harvesting: a drop in the bucket
    09/03/2012

    Wireless power transmission - where TV towers and mobile phone masts could be used to create a sea of ambient radio frequency (RF) energy to power devices - will remain a niche market during 2012 due to significant technical challenges.

  • Hard times for the hard drive: solid state storage surges
    Hard times for the hard drive: solid state storage surges
    09/03/2012

    Duncan Stewart, co-author of the 2012 Technology, Media & Telecommunications Predictions, talks about data storage trends for the coming year.

  • Billions and billions: big data becomes a big deal
    Billions and billions: big data becomes a big deal
    09/03/2012

    Big data may still be in its infancy, but Deloitte predicts that the industry will see revenues between US1-1.5 billion in 2012.

  • Web bypass: delivering connectivity without the Internet
    Web bypass: delivering connectivity without the Internet
    09/03/2012

    The strain on networks, both fixed and mobile, may force more people to turn to short-range wireless connections to transfer data. Paul Lee, co-author of TMT predictions, talks about the options.

  • So many apps – so little to download
    So many apps – so little to download
    09/03/2012

    With so many apps on offer, app-store providers should consider ways to improve and assure the quality of the products available to help drive success.

  • The $100 smartphone reaches its first half billion
    The $100 smartphone reaches its first half billion
    09/03/2012

    Learn about factors fueling the rise of the $100 smartphone, market segments most attracted to the lower-cost devices, and the impact of this trend on related industries.

  • Here come more data caps: it’s the end of the (wire)line for unlimited Internet
    Here come more data caps: it’s the end of the (wire)line for unlimited Internet
    09/03/2012

    The demand for data has seen many mobile phone networks call time on the “all-you-can-eat” world and 2012 could be the year that a similar trend occurs in the fixed line broadband market.

  • NFC and mobile devices: payments and more!
    NFC and mobile devices: payments and more!
    09/03/2012

    The number of devices with embedded near-field communications (NFC) technology is set to soar to the 300 million level by the end of 2013. Duncan Stewart, co-author of the 2012 Technology, Media and Telecommunicaitons Predictions, talks about what's ahead for this technology.

  • TMT Predictions 2012 overview
    TMT Predictions 2012 overview
    09/03/2012

    Jolyon Barker talks about overall trends in Technology, Media and Telecommunications for 2012.

  • Sustainability 2011: The podcast
    Sustainability 2011: The podcast
    18/10/2011

    Senior Deloitte leaders discuss the dynamics and challenges driving sustainability efforts in the global marketplace.

  • Consumers and health care
    Consumers and health care
    21/07/2011

    Learn about results of the 2011 global survey of health care consumers.

  • Oracle Fusion: What it means for business
    Oracle Fusion: What it means for business
    28/06/2011

    Find out what companies are asking about Oracle Fusion Applications and how the market is likely to adopt them in the coming months.

  • Deloitte Analytics: Driving value from data
    Deloitte Analytics: Driving value from data
    26/04/2011

    Learn how to use advanced analytics to better navigate today’s changing business landscape.

  • Next Learning Unwrapped: The social learning revolution
    Next Learning Unwrapped: The social learning revolution
    05/04/2011

    Author Nick van Dam talks about elearning trends.

  • Video calling: The base goes mainstream but usage remains niche
    Video calling: The base goes mainstream but usage remains niche
    09/02/2011

    Deloitte predicts that although video calling will become cheaper, more widely available, and be of a much improved quality in 2011, the long-awaited boom in demand will not come to pass.

  • 4G on the cheap
    4G on the cheap
    09/02/2011

    Deloitte predicts that the Long Term Evolution (LTE) networks which will usher in the era of 4G services will fall short of expectations in 2011.

  • WiFi complements cellular broadband for data on the move
    WiFi complements cellular broadband for 'data on the move'
    09/02/2011

    Paul Lee talks about how these two wireless technologies can work together to provide customers with better service.

  • WiFi in the mall
    WiFi in the mall
    04/02/2011

    Duncan Stewart talk about why Deloitte predicts that in 2011 many large retailers will begin offering free in-store Wi-Fi access to shoppers.

  • Gaming goes online and on sale: New revenue models grow the market
    Gaming goes online and on sale: New revenue models grow the market
    04/02/2011

    Duncan Stewart looks at trends in the gaming industry, which Deloitte predicts will see revenues of US$52 billion in 2011.

  • Pop goes pop-up: Physical music sales go seasonal and temporary
    Pop goes pop-up: Physical music sales go seasonal and temporary
    04/02/2011

    Deloitte predicts that in 2011 digital sales will outstrip CD sales for the first time in at least one major market.

  • Keeping the life in live
    Keeping the life in live
    03/02/2011

    Deloitte predicts that the live music sector will start taking on the talent creation and nurturing roles that up until now has been left largely to the Artist and Repertoire (A&R) divisions of the music labels.

  • Television’s super media status consolidates
    Television’s 'super media' status consolidates
    03/02/2011

    Television may be one of the oldest media covered in the 2011 TMT Predictions, but it remains one of the most popular.

  • Social network advertising: Modest, not mega
    Social network advertising: Modest, not mega
    03/02/2011

    Paul Lee looks at trends in social media advertising for 2011.

  • DVRs proliferate! The 30 second spot doesn’t die!
    DVRs proliferate! The 30 second spot doesn’t die!
    02/02/2011

    In 2011, more and more TV viewers will have the ability to fast forward through advertisements but what will that mean for the future of television commercials?

  • Push beats pull in the battle for the television viewer
    Push beats pull in the battle for the television viewer
    02/02/2011

    Tens of millions of televisions will be sold in 2011 with a search function allowing viewers to “pull” content, but passive television viewers will be slow to embrace this new feature.

  • Online regulation ratchets up
    Online regulation ratchets up
    02/02/2011

    Deloitte predicts that online privacy will be an even more contentious issue in 2011 provoking irate headlines and exasperated calls for action.

  • Operating system diversity
    Operating system diversity
    01/02/2011

    Being the dominant operating system provider in the emerging non-PC market would be a tremendous prize for a company. Who will take the crown?

  • Squeezing the electrons in: Batteries don’t follow Moore’s Law
    Squeezing the electrons in: Batteries don’t follow Moore’s Law
    01/02/2011

    Although progress in battery technology may seem slow, even a five percent annual improvement can lead to significant gains over time.

  • Hydrogen comes out of hiding: The alternative alternative energy source
    Hydrogen comes out of hiding: The alternative alternative energy source
    01/02/2011

    Duncan Stewart looks at what's ahead for hydrogen in 2011.

  • Non-PC computers take over the world
    Non-PC computers take over the world
    31/01/2011

    PC sales are set to hit 400 million in 2011 yet the combined sales of smartphones, tablets, and non-PC netbooks that use different processing chips and operating systems will exceed that number for the first time.

  • eGovernment: From option to obligation
    eGovernment: From option to obligation
    31/01/2011

    In 2011, Deloitte predicts that use of egovernment tools will increase significantly and in some cases may become mandatory.

  • Tablets in the enterprise: Toys no more
    Tablets in the enterprise: Toys no more
    31/01/2011

    Tablet computers have taken the consumer world by storm but Deloitte predicts that more than a quarter of those sold in 2011 will be bought by enterprises.

  • TMT Predictions 2011: The Telecommunications Overview
    TMT Predictions 2011: The Telecommunications Overview
    28/01/2011

    In the spotlight for this year’s Telecommunications Predictions: How and where people get connected using their mobile devices. Learn more in this podcast with Jolyon Barker and Phil Asmundson.

  • Media Overview
    28/01/2011
  • Technology Overview
    Technology Overview
    28/01/2011

    Variety is key in the technology sector for the coming year. Deloitte predicts that people will use a diverse array of devices at home and at work. Learn more in this podcast with Eric Openshaw and Paul Lee.

  • TMT Predictions 2011: The big picture
    TMT Predictions 2011: The big picture
    27/01/2011

    Jolyon Barker and Phil Asmundson talk about overall TMT trends for 2011 and look back at the last ten years in the industry.

  • Global Powers of Retailing
    Global Powers of Retailing
    21/01/2011

    What have retailers learned about entering into new markets? Find out what globalization means for retailers.

  • Mergers and acquisitions series, part 3: Post-merger integration issues
    Mergers and acquisitions series, part 3: Post-merger integration issues
    29/10/2010

    Learn how to address post-merger human resources and information technology issues.

  • Smarter Moves for talent mobility—Global mobility, what’s next?
    Smarter Moves for talent mobility—Global mobility, what’s next?
    04/10/2010

    “Smarter Moves for talent mobility—Global mobility, what’s next?” focuses on talent mobility in a reset economy. The podcast explores the respective roles that operation, technology administration, and compliance play in global mobility. It also includes insights on how businesses can prepare for changes brought on by global mobility in the next six months and beyond.

  • The European Union now plays a greater role in regulation policy implementation
    The European Union now plays a greater role in regulation policy implementation
    04/10/2010

    In today’s increasingly regulated environment, it is crucial that businesses proactively participate in the legislative process to impact decisions of key legislators and institutions. This requires depth of information, a game plan, and impeccable timing.

  • Global Economic Outlook Q3 update and the impact of deficits on growth
    Global Economic Outlook Q3 update and the impact of deficits on growth
    04/10/2010

    Ira Kalish, Director, Global Economics, Deloitte Research, Deloitte Services LP offers insights on what businesses may anticipate, and should consider, for the next six months and beyond. Kalish will also discuss China’s monetary strategy as an additional insight into economic indicators.

  • Measuring Value: The profit in green
    Measuring Value: The profit in green
    04/10/2010

    This Deloitte 20/20 Global Shift podcast discusses perspectives, potential profit, and emergence in green growth.

  • Effective business partnering
    Effective business partnering
    04/10/2010

    Nick Prangnell talks about new research and effective ways for Chief Financial Officers to partner with the finance function.

  • Technology Media and Telecommunications Predictions 2010: Checking in
    Technology Media and Telecommunications Predictions 2010: Checking in
    12/07/2010

    Each year the global TMT group produces a series of predictions. Find out how this year's predictions are faring thus far.

  • Due diligence in a down market
    Due diligence in a down market
    01/07/2010

    Due diligence is critical to any M&A deal, regardless of which side of the table you’re sitting on. This is the second in a three-part series that looks at M&A issues facing chief financial officers.

  • Faceless threats: Financial services security challenges
    Faceless threats: Financial services security challenges
    09/06/2010

    Financial institutions are making identity and access management their number one priority, according to Deloitte’s 2010 security survey. Learn more about the survey results.

  • Valuation issues in a down market
    Valuation issues in a down market
    09/06/2010

    This is first of a three-part podcast series addressing issues CFOs face when it comes to mergers and acquisitions in a down economy.

  • The Deloitte Research Dialogues with Ira Kalish
    The Deloitte Research Dialogues with Ira Kalish
    28/05/2010

    Listen to new insights on the Global Economic Outlook Q2 2010.

  • Bounce back: 2010 TMT global security survey podcast
    Bounce back: 2010 TMT global security survey podcast
    27/05/2010

    From cloud computing to cyber warfare, this podcast recaps the findings of Deloitte’s fourth annual security survey, identifying the biggest risks for technology, media, and telecommunications companies and what's being done to mitigate them.

  • Cultural diversity as a key driver of innovation and growth in business
    Cultural diversity as a key driver of innovation and growth in business
    27/05/2010

    Explore the business case for instituting and encouraging cultural diversity in the workforce and the ties between diversity and innovation.

  • Cultural diversity as a key driver of innovation and growth in business
    19/05/2010
  • Hidden heroes: Emerging retail markets beyond China
    Hidden heroes: Emerging retail markets beyond China
    30/04/2010

    When it comes to emerging markets, China may be one of the first countries that comes to mind, but this podcast provides an overview other counties that also deserve a look – and why.

  • Treating patients like consumers
    Treating patients like consumers
    19/04/2010

    How happy are people with their health care systems? Opinions vary in the six countries targeted in the Deloitte 2010 Global Health Care Consumer Survey. Learn about the similarities and differences in consumer views toward health, health care and unmet needs.

  • Global powers of retailing 2010: Emerging from the downturn
    Global powers of retailing 2010: Emerging from the downturn
    19/04/2010

    Ira Kalish talks about what's ahead for the retail sector in this Deloitte global insights podcast.

  • Talent can trump bias
    Talent can trump bias
    02/03/2010

    This podcast discusses the rising role of women in government and how the public sector has served as a model for attracting and retaining female talent.

  • Global powers of retailing 2010: Emerging from the downturn
    15/02/2010
  • It’s 2010: Where is your retention strategy?
    It’s 2010: Where is your retention strategy?
    28/01/2010

    This podcast looks at effective talent considerations for business in the changing environment, as well as new approaches to attracting, developing, and retaining talent for the long term.

  • Climate change and sustainability in the aftermath of COP15
    Climate change and sustainability in the aftermath of COP15
    27/01/2010

    This podcast looks at some of the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead for businesses in a post-Copenhagen world.

  • Telecommunications Predictions 2010
    Telecommunications Predictions 2010
    26/01/2010

    Listen as Deloitte TMT leaders talk about how the economy, digitization and the accelerated adoption of broadband are influencing the telecommunications sector.

  • Globalization of innovation
    Globalization of innovation
    26/01/2010

    This podcast discusses a number of emerging long-term innovation trends: a source shift from the West to the East; technology’s role in the collection, distribution, and the use of innovations; and the emergence of large-scale innovation to address social challenges.

  • Technology, Media  Telecommunications Predictions 2010: The podcast
    Technology, Media & Telecommunications Predictions 2010: The podcast
    25/01/2010

    Listen as Deloitte leaders share their perspectives on this year's technology, media and telecomunications predictions.

  • Public-private intersection: The big shift
    Public-private intersection: The big shift
    25/01/2010

    This podcast highlights the shifts, emerging new indicators that public policy developers should focus on, and how the public and private sectors can adapt in the wake of a new era of growth.

  • Technology Predictions 2010: The podcast
    Technology Predictions 2010: The podcast
    25/01/2010

    Learn what's ahead for the Technology sector in this podcast, part of the global TMT Predictions 2010 series.

  • Media Predictions 2010: The podcast
    Media Predictions 2010: The podcast
    25/01/2010

    How has the economy influenced the media sector and how will digitization impact media in 2010? Learn more about what's ahead for the Media sector in this podcast.

  • Global Shift series: Cross-border investment and capital flows in a post-recession world
    Global Shift series: Cross-border investment and capital flows in a post-recession world
    21/01/2010

    This podcast explores the cross section of government, politics, and business, and the cross-border investment opportunities for those looking to capitalize on benefits of an emerging economic recovery.

  • Global Shift podcast series: Sovereign debt crisis
    Global Shift podcast series: Sovereign debt crisis
    20/01/2010

    As the economic recovery starts to gain a foothold, governments’ ability to manage soaring debts accumulated during the downturn will be one of the most crucial factors affecting the shape of the recovery, as this podcast explores.

  • Profiting in a downturn: The pricing debate
    Profiting in a downturn: The pricing debate
    14/01/2010

    The benefits of effective pricing management, in a downturn, upturn, or in times of economic stability, can improve a company’s performance. Learn about ways to benefit from a strategic pricing approach.

  • Plugging the leak: The future of information security
    Plugging the leak: The future of information security
    28/05/2009

    Cyber crime is on the rise and attacks are becoming more sophisticated. This podcast looks at strategies for protecting data while dealing with diminishing resources.

  • Corporate governance in turbulent times: A global perspective
    Corporate governance in turbulent times: A global perspective
    29/04/2009

    Regulators and investors alike are paying closer attention to corporate governance. They're asking pointed questions about risk, strategic planning, and incentives. Find out how boards are responding.

  • Recession: How will CFOs play to win?
    Recession: How will CFOs play to win?
    13/04/2009

    As the global recession reaches historic proportions, the challenge to CFOs is clear: How will you play to win? This podcast looks at the challenges ahead, and the actions that CFOs can take to help their organizations succeed.

  • The pink slip dilemma: Talent management in a down economy
    The pink slip dilemma: Talent management in a down economy
    06/04/2009

    The economy is taking a toll on companies throughout the world. Staff cuts are a common side effect as managers are forced to make tough decisions. Listen as Deloitte leaders discuss alternatives to layoffs, ways to sustain corporate culture, transition strategies and more.

  • The future of the life sciences industries: Transformation amid rising risk
    The future of the life sciences industries: Transformation amid rising risk
    16/03/2009

    For nearly a decade, life sciences companies have struggled with a host of challenges including low productivity in research and development, expiry of patents and price competition from generic producers. This podcast looks at strategies to help companies adapt and survive in the changing landscape.

  • The state of the media democracy: Generational shifts in media consumption and creation
    The state of the media democracy: Generational shifts in media consumption and creation
    19/02/2009

    It's hard to go anywhere without seeing someone on a cell phone or tapping on a mobile device. Everybody — not just the traditional media — can contribute to the flow of information. Find out more about how consumers are interacting with media and what their preferences might be in the future.

  • Making way for recovery: Business solutions for the post-crisis world
    Making way for recovery: Business solutions for the post-crisis world
    29/01/2009

    The current economic climate is taking a heavy toll throughout the business world. This year, the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland, will address the theme: “Shaping the post-crisis world.” This inaugural edition of Deloitte Global Insights features discussion on some of the issues and solutions that will be on the agenda at the Annual Meeting.

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