Deloitte 20/20 Global Shift series
Welcome to the Deloitte 20/20 Global Shift podcast series, part of Deloitte Global Insights. This series will be updated every quarter, identifying the issues that are driving the global economic and business agenda in the midst of a significant shift in the global environment.
Q3 2010 podcasts
Global Economic Outlook Q3 update and the impact of deficits on growth (9:23)
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.
The European Union now plays a greater role in regulation policy implementation (17:21)
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.
Smarter Moves for talent mobility—Global mobility, what’s next? (18:57)
“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.
Measuring Value: The profit in green (19:11)
This Deloitte 20/20 Global Shift podcast discusses perspectives, potential profit, and emergence in green growth. Ken Dewoskin, Director, Research and Insight Centre, Deloitte China, examines the intersection of three important developments in the post-crisis recovery period.
Q2 2010 podcasts
The Deloitte Research Dialogues with Ira Kalish (9:52)
As a follow up to the Q2 2010 Global Economic Outlook, Deloitte Research’s Dialogues caught up with Ira Kalish, Director of Global Economics for Deloitte Research, Deloitte Services LP to provide additional insight on economic indicators.
Business and the green growth initiative (13:52)
This podcast discusses the impact of the green agenda on business and the global economy, the role of government in furthering that agenda, and the influence of large developing economies, such as China, on a sustainable economic environment.
Globalization of regulation (16:06)
This podcast focuses on the potential impact of disparate, inward looking regulatory systems on the global economy and offers insight on how to address the need for a global approach to regulation.
Future of the Eurozone (14:33)
The Greek debt crisis has brought to light deep imbalances within the European Monetary Union and doubts over the euro's viability. This podcast explores the foundation of the Greek debt crisis, analyze the pros and cons of preserving the monetary union, and discuss the path forward for the Eurozone.
Q1 2010 podcasts
Sovereign debt crisis (14:27)
While the economic recovery will bring about a decrease in sovereign debt, this will not be widespread, and, in the interim, the cost of capital will likely be affected. This podcast explores how government’s ability to manage debt will be one of the most crucial factors affecting the shape of global economic recovery.
Cross-border investment and capital flows in a post-recession world (15:40)
Over time, the role of government in business will decline, yet government concerns regarding national security will continue to impact cross-border investment. 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.
Public-private intersection: The Big Shift (16:54)
Looking beyond the economic crisis, a “big shift” is occurring, driven mainly by digital technology infrastructure and connectivity. This podcast highlights the shifts, emerging new indicators for public policy developers, and how the public and private sectors can adapt in the wake of a new era of growth.
Globalization of innovation (13:29)
A number of long-term innovation trends are emerging: 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. This podcast discusses these trends, and the need for innovation in financing in order to spur long-term innovation.
Climate change and sustainability in the aftermath of COP15 (9:46)
Businesses must be ready for a year of climate change legislation that will have significant impact on business strategy, operations, financial statements, risk management and compliance. This podcast will look at some of the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead for businesses in a post-Copenhagen world.
It’s 2010: Where is your retention strategy? (16:03)
As the economic upturn begins to gain a foothold, companies will need to reassess their people retention strategies to facilitate and maximize growth opportunities. This podcast looks at effective talent considerations for business in this changing environment, as well as new approaches to retention strategies.