Deloitte global insights
Deloitte Global Insights is a regular audio news podcast that focuses on issues that impact the business community worldwide. Programs take a cross-border view of topics like globalization, technology, talent, sustainability, corporate responsibility, innovation, and much more. Subscribe to the podcast series to receive the latest episodes automatically, or listen to them now on your personal computer
TMT Predictions 2011: The big picture (9:36)
Jolyon Barker and Phil Asmundson talk about overall technology, media, and telecommunications trends for 2011 and look back at the last ten years in the industry.
Global Powers of Retailing (12:09)
What have retailers learned about entering into new markets? Listen to an overview of Deloitte’s 2011 Global Powers of Retailing, which takes a look at what globalization means for retailers.
Mergers and acquisitions series, part 3: Post-merger integration issues (18:54)
Learn how to address post-merger human resources and information technology issues.
Measuring Value: The profit in green (19:11)
“Measuring Value: The profit in green” examines the intersection of three important developments in the post-crisis recovery period. This podcast reviews shifts in the C-suite perspective on green growth, the perceived potential profit of green, and the associated emergence of competition
Finance: Effective business partnering (8:46)
Nick Prangnell of Deloitte United Kingdom talks about new research and effective ways for Chief Financial Officers to partner with the business.
Technology Media and Telecommunications Predictions 2010: Checking in (16:20)
Each year the global TMT group produces a series of predictions. Find out how this year's predictions are faring thus far.
Staying afloat in a sea of red ink (16:46)
In the wake of a global recession, governments around the world are bracing to deal with a rising wave of red ink. Hear Bill Eggers, Global Director, Deloitte Research - Public Sector, and Joel Bellman, Director, Deloitte Consulting, UK, discuss how to overcome the obstacles of implementing successful cost reduction initiatives.
Due diligence in a down market (22:50)
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 (20:43)
Financial institutions are making identity and access management their number one priority, according to Deloitte’s 2010 security survey. Adel Melek discusses the findings of the 7th annual survey.
Valuation issues in a down market (11:48)
Chief financial officers face many complex issues when it comes to mergers and acquisitions, particularly in a down economy. This is first of a three-part podcast series addressing some of those challenges.
Bounce back: 2010 TMT global security survey podcast (7:30)
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.
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. View additional Global Shift podcasts.
Cultural diversity as a key driver of innovation and growth in business (18:28)
Explore the business case for instituting and encouraging cultural diversity in the workforce and the ties between diversity and innovation.
Hidden heroes: Emerging retail markets beyond China (12:12)
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.
Global Shift series: 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. View additional Global Shift podcasts
Global Shift series: 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.View additional Global Shift podcasts
Global Shift series: Future of the Eurozone (14:33)
This podcast explores the foundation of the Greek debt crisis, analyzes the pros and cons of preserving the monetary union, and discusses the path forward for the Eurozone. View additional Global Shift podcasts
Treating patients like consumers (11:10)
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.
Talent can trump bias (13:30)
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.
A lasting legacy: How major sporting events can drive positive change for host communities and economies (11:58)
Deloitte Global Public Sector Leader Greg Pellegrino and partners from Deloitte UK and Deloitte Canada discuss the benefits and challenges of hosting major events.
Global Shift series: It’s 2010: Where is your retention strategy? (16:03)
This podcast looks at effective talent considerations for business in the changing environment, as well as new approaches to retention strategies. View additional Global Shift podcasts
Global Shift series: Climate change and sustainability in the aftermath of COP15 (9:46)
This podcast will look at some of the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead for businesses in a post-Copenhagen world. View additional Global Shift podcasts
Global Shift series: Globalization of innovation (13:29)
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. View additional Global Shift podcasts
Global Shift series: Public-private intersection: The Big Shift (16:54)
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. View additional Global Shift podcasts
Global Shift series: Cross-border investment and capital flows in a post-recession world (15:40)
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. View additional Global Shift podcasts
Global Shift series: Sovereign debt crisis (14:27)
Government debt has soared to levels not seen in peacetime in many countries. As the economic recovery starts to gain a foothold, however, sovereign debt will decrease—although this won’t necessarily be widespread. Governments’ ability to manage debt will be one of the most crucial factors affecting the shape of the recovery, as this podcast will explore. View additional Global Shift podcasts
Profiting in a downturn: The pricing debate (14:55)
The benefits of effective pricing management, in a downturn, upturn, or in times of economic stability, can improve a company’s performance. This podcast looks at ways companies can benefit from a strategic pricing approach.
Plugging the leak: The future of information security (19:36)
Cyber crime is on the rise and attacks are becoming more sophisticated. That means companies need to take extra precautions to protect data. Learn about strategies for approaching this growing issue.
Corporate governance in turbulent times: A global perspective (18:41)
Regulators and investors are paying closer attention to corporate governance, in light of the economic downturn. This edition of Deloitte Global Insights examines some of the key issues facing boards and how they're responding in these uncertain times.
Recession: How will CFOs play to win? (29:57)
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 achieve success.
The pink slip dilemma: Talent management in a down economy (27:25)
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 staff cuts, ways to sustain corporate culture, transition strategies and more.
The future of the life sciences industries: Transformation amid rising risk (25:24)
For nearly a decade, life sciences companies have struggled with low productivity in research and development, expiry of patents, price competition from generic producers, and many other challenges. This podcast looks at transformation strategies for all levels of an organization, to help companies adapt and survive in the changing landscape.
The state of the media democracy: Generational shifts in media consumption and creation (29:13)
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. This podcast highlights the results of Deloitte's third multi-national State of the Media Democracy Survey that looks at 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 (30:11)
The current economic climate is taking a heavy toll throughout the business world. This year, the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland, addressed the theme: “Shaping the post-crisis world.” This edition of Deloitte Global Insights features discussion on some of the issues and solutions on the agenda at the Annual Meeting.
Toward uniformity: How the global downturn affects the move to international accounting standards (19:55)
The global financial crisis is having an enormous impact on the effort to standardize accounting rules worldwide. This audio commentary features Jeffrey K. Willemain, DTTL Global Managing Partner – Regulatory & Risk, as he looks at how accounting rules differ in the U.S. and Europe, where emerging market countries stand on the issue, how the new U.S. administration will influence the debate and more.