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  • Tech Trends 2014: Digital engagement
    With more and more parts of the business becoming digital, the CIO has an opportunity to build a new legacy for IT.
  • Digital engagement and the market of one
    Today's customers are increasingly willing to surrender more information, but they expect relevant and useful content, products and services in return. CMOs and CIOs have a unique opportunity to collaborate to provide personalized product recommendations, promotions, and content in order to increase customer satisfaction and reduce duplicative efforts.
  • Navigating the new world of digital engagement
    Customers demand digital content tailored to their needs and context, which means companies face new challenges in managing digital assets and channels.
  • Shift Index organizational self-assessment tutorial
    Our 2013 Shift Index findings indicate that US firm performance has declined over the past four decades. Understand how well your organization is ready for the Big Shift by taking this 20-minute tutorial.
  • Meeting the high bar for digital engagement
    Find out how companies can take steps to keep up with rising expectations for personalized and seamless digital interactions.
  • Bridging the digital divide: How CMOs can rise to meet five expanding expectations
    It’s the CMO’s job to lead the dismantling of silos that separate web, call centers, mobile and in-store channels to create the consistent, personalized experience that today’s technology-empowered customers demand. Learn about expectations CMOs should meet as they build customer-centric organizations.
  • The dual roles of the CIO in the digital age
    The rapid adoption of digital technologies is putting new pressures on IT organizations. Today’s CIO must play a dual role: builder of technology and builder of the business.
  • Big companies now have a hand in the collaborative economy
    Mobile, social, & geolocation technologies have propelled collaborative commerce well beyond the realm of bartering & tag sales to impact almost every consumer sector of the economy. Learn how big brands are starting to invest & partner to establish a foothold in the collaborative economy.
  • Work environment redesign: Accelerating talent development and performance improvement
    Results from a recent Deloitte study of more than 75 organizations suggest that the work environment can have a critical impact on employee learning, performance, and passion toward work. Learn more.
  • Digital disruption - Short fuse, big bang?
    With one-third of Australia’s economy facing a 'short fuse, big bang' scenario, Deloitte sets out to offer practical advice to business leaders and government policy-makers to help manage the challenges and reap the benefits of digital disruption – now and in the future.
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