COVID-19 variants, semiconductor shortages, labor-force issues … there’s a lot of uncertainty in our economic future. Tanya Ott asks Ira Kalish to break down the factors that will influence the global economy over the next year.
After a year of change and upheaval, host Tanya Ott revisits some of our most popular and compelling discussions from 2021.
Executives are optimistic about prospects for the financial services industries—and about the opportunities for the industry lead the way to a more just, equitable and sustainable future for everyone.
High-income shoppers are ready to spend, but will the products they want be there for them? Deloitte’s Rod Sides and Stephen Douglas share what to expect from this year’s holiday shopping season.
ESG used to be seen as an add-on. Now, it’s the data-driven way to understand long-term value. Deloitte’s Kristen Sullivan and Veronica Poole explain what companies can do to embrace this changing perception.
Blockchain and digital assets could remake the financial services industry, and that affects everyone who uses money. Deloitte’s Linda Pawczuk and Richard Walker share the insights gleaned from a survey of global industry leaders.
Where, how, and why we work are in flux as we move through the pandemic. Deloitte’s Kraig Eaton and Nic Scoble-Williams discuss how employers can prepare for multiple futures of the evolving employer-worker relationship.
Huntsville, the Silicon Valley of the South, is the ideal city for business and networking. Politician Anthony Daniels, business owners Tammy Blish-Honeycutt and Tharon Honeycutt, and Deloitte leader Carey Miller tell us why.
It looks like back-to-school is getting back to normal—but there are still some ways that the pandemic has shifted the landscape. Deloitte’s Rod Sides and Kate Ferrara discuss what to expect.
Amy Borrus, executive director of the CII, talks good governance, shareholder initiatives, and why activist investors and boards are really on the same side.
The road to leadership is different for everyone. For RBC’s Katie Dudtschak, it meant recognizing the full scope of her own uniqueness – and helping others see the beauty and benefit of their own stories.
Increasing vaccination rates are raising hopes, but inflationary tendencies and lingering trade effects may prompt caution. Dr. Ira Kalish discusses the prospects for the world economy with host Tanya Ott.
Returnship programs have taken on new importance in the wake of COVID-19. Carol Fishman Cohen of iRelaunch and Deloitte’s Kristi Lamar break down the elements of a successful return from a career break.
In this episode, professor Mahadev Satyanarayanan talks to Tanya Ott about edge computing, AI, and how together they can solve myriad issues, from reducing air travel delay to helping the elderly, though wearable tech.
The public sector is often seen as slow-moving and behind the times. But around the world, governments are creating innovative responses to intractable challenges. Join us as we dive into the exciting new developments in the future of government. This episode, Tanya Ott speaks with Dr. Sonal Shah of Georgetown University, Professor Sir Geoff Mulgan of University College London, and BIll Eggers and Mike Canning of Deloitte.
What is the role of a chief sustainability officer in a financial services firm? Deloitte’s Dan Oakey and sustainability expert Emre Tiftik says it’s to build an environmentally conscious firm through strategy and influence.
Covid-19 was a catalyst for digital change in 2020, accelerating trends that were already in motion. Tanya Ott talks to Deloitte’s Scott Buchholz, Mike Bechtel and Anh Phillips to find out what comes next.
PTO helps workers avoid burnout and thrive at work. So why is it so hard to get people to take it? Tanya Ott talks to Deloitte’s Melanie Langsett and Nicole Nodi on how better policies can help.
In the first Press Room podcast of 2021, Deloitte’s chief global economist Ira Kalish talks to Tanya Ott about robust economic recovery, COVID-19 vaccine implementation, China, and Brexit.
To wrap up an unprecedented year, we present highlights from other podcasts in the Deloitte family as they tackle the fallout from COVID-19 on work, on life, and on industries as we go forward. Guest include , Mike Kearney, Eamonn Kelly, Jason Girzadas, Jen Fisher, Dr. Christine Moutier, Bobby Stephens, Jean-Emmanuel Biondi, Hanish Patel, Susan Goldsmith, Danny Ledger, Stanley Toh, Siddarth Mehrotra, Beena Ammanath, and Dr. Anima Anandkumar.
Deloitte financial services leaders Monica O’Reilly and Jim Eckenrode discuss how the financial services industry has adapted to the new normal, their initiatives on employee well-being, and the sectors' future outlook.
How can organizations sustain employee well-being in a world increasingly driven by and dependent on technology? By integrating technology in their wider well-being strategies, say Deloitte’s Jen Fisher and Anjali Shaikh.
Over the past 35 years, we've moved from catalog to TV to online to mobile shopping. Deloitte leader Rod Sides considers how the four types of American consumers will shop in a holiday season overshadowed by COVID-19.
The road to leadership is different for everyone. For Freddie Mac Multifamilies executive vice president Debby Jenkins, it meant embracing competitiveness and understanding that you’re never done.