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The Future of Warfighting

To be effective, militaries must routinely change to keep pace with new technologies, talent demands, and processes. The Deloitte Centre for Government Insights is helping militaries understand these shifts through innovative research designed to give militaries pragmatic recommendations as they prepare for the future of warfighting.”  

Through more than 60 specialists representing 12 countries across North America, Europe, and Asia, this project will produce more than a dozen insights articles offering ways of improving interoperability across key military areas. Research will detail how specific defence organisations can improve interoperability across defence challenges based on country-level expertise.

The four leading defence challenges assessed from strategy documents of 12 countries across North America, Europe, and Asia include near-peer/peer warfare, grey zone threats particularly from technology, limited scale warfare, and defending the rules-based international order.

The goal is to not only promote discussion at the international and intra-national levels, but demonstrate, in part, how greater interoperability can be realised.

Phillip Roberts | Deloitte Audit & Assurance | Partner – Australia

Thomas Riisom | Deloitte Consulting | National Leader, Defence – Canada

Lars Ruth | Deloitte Consulting | Director – Germany

Lars Bredsgaard Hjort | Deloitte Consulting | Senior Manager – Denmark

Joël Elkaim | Deloitte Consulting | Partner – France

Tovi Kochav | Deloitte Consulting | Partner – Israel

Alaric Diniz | Deloitte Financial Advisory | Partner – India

Alan Mears | Deloitte Risk Advisory | Senior Advisor – Saudi Arabia

Jeong Yeol Kim | Deloitte Financial Advisory | Director – South Korea

Sjoerd van der Smissen | Deloitte Consulting | Partner – The Netherlands

Elizabeth Mardell | Deloitte Financial Advisory | Director – New Zealand

Tony Reeves | Deloitte Consulting | Partner – United Kingdom

The Future of Warfighting

Explore ways in which militaries need to build, buy, and deliver capabilities in an increasingly digital world.

This year’s Future of Warfighting series focuses on how militaries can mature the ways in which they build, buy, and deliver capabilities in a digital age.