The World Economic Forum Meeting (WEF) provides an opportunity for leaders across business, government and civil society to connect and exchange ideas for addressing the world’s most intractable challenges. At this year’s Annual Meeting, Deloitte leaders from around the globe participated in a variety of discussions with other world leaders with the goal of driving meaningful, measurable, positive change and cooperation in a fragmented world.
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At Deloitte, we’re proud to be a long-standing strategic partner of WEF. We share our experience and capabilities from across our network to help WEF address critical global challenges through our contributions to WEF communities, initiatives, and participation in events throughout the year.
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CXO Survey 2023:
Deloitte 2023 CxO Sustainability Report: Accelerating the Green Transition
Over the last year, global executives have faced a number of challenges, including economic uncertainty, geopolitical conflict, supply chain disruptions, and talent shortages, among others. Despite these headwinds, concern over climate change continues to be a top priority for CxOs and their organizations
Future of work
Do jobs really define what we do?
The short answer is no.
Jobs are giving way to more fluid ways of working. We are entering a new era of work—one that reconciles purpose versus profit, as well as constraints versus choices.
Amidst a global energy crisis, the conflict in Ukraine, rising inflation, and the lingering effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, leaders still ranked the threats posed by climate change a top concern. That’s according to our latest global C-suite survey of more than 2,000 business leaders.
How can CEOs manage digital transformation projects—all at varying levels? To lead through disruption and be ahead of the organization, the time is now for leaders to be more ambitious about realizing “the art of the possible” than everyone else.