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Thought leadership

Keeping abreast of professional news is one of the biggest challenges we all face. That’s why we’ve pulled together a collection of our thought leadership and publications that can help you keep up — and get ahead.

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Addicted to connectivity: Perspectives of the mobile customer, 2011

Every year, mobile communications becomes ever more integral to our lives: the global mobile network remains the world's most powerful and most pervasive social network with over 5 billion connections and counting. As a result, mobile usage is getting more specific, sophisticated and complex, making it the perfect time to launch a comprehensive global survey.

Deloitte has undertaken a survey of over 30,000 users of mobile telephony in 15 countries across five continents. The survey's scope ranges from quantifying ownership of multiple mobile-enabled devices to a ranking of the most popular mobile Internet applications.
Download the global survey.

TMT predictions 2011

We are pleased to enclose a copy of Deloitte’s Predictions for the technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) sector for 2011. These Predictions are based on extensive research, including conversations with industry executives, insights from industry and financial analysts, and contributions from TMT specialists at Deloitte's member firms around the globe.

This annual publication presents Deloitte's view on 18 major trends that are likely 
to have significant medium- to long-term implications for companies in TMT and 
other industries. 
Download the detailed report.


The gender dividend: Making the business case for investing in Women

What will the next phase of sustainable economic growth look like? Governments and businesses are searching high and low for the answer. Some are looking through the lens of geography— will it be emerging markets or current economic heavyweights? Others take it by industry—technology or manufacturing? Services or retail?

While these are all relevant considerations, there’s growing evidence that leaders around the world in both the public and private sectors should be examining this problem from an unexpected vantage point: gender.
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Striking the balance: Enhancing finance operations and controls for oil and gas

Many forces are driving oil and gas finance functions toward a need for leaner, faster, more accurate, and efficient operations. Among the most pressing are continuing economic and market gyrations, constantly increasing regulatory scrutiny, and the unrelenting need to do more with less. Meeting these urgent challenges requires a different approach by finance operations - one that brings about improvements in organization, processes, technology, and related controls.
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