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|Tech Trends 2014 – Inspiring Disruption
Deloitte’s annual Tech Trends report identifies the 10 technology trends that we believe have the most potential to impact business over the next 12 to 24 months.
Deloitte report, February 2014
|Big Data: Tougher, smarter, stronger, faster
Leaders in every sector will have to understand the implications of Big Data for their organisation, working out how to tap its power to create value and competitive advantage.
Deloitte report, February 2014 | 12 pages
|Women in ICT: Perspectives and perceptions
Women in ICT - Perspectives and Perceptions, details how women comprise less than 20% of the Australian ICT workforce and how the industry needs to attract more women.
Deloitte report, November 2013 | 20 pages
|Resetting Horizons: Human Capital Trends 2013
Deloitte's survey of global business leaders reveals current and emerging trends shaping talent, HR and global business over the next few years.
Deloitte report, June 2013 | 88 pages
|Finance Business Partnering Survey
Deloitte Australia's 2013 Finance Business Partnering Survey of CFOs from some of Australia's largest public and private organisations showed that organisations have already started to invest in improving business partnering capability.
Deloitte report, May 2013
|Tech Trends 2013: Elements of postdigital
Technology Trends that that we believe have the most potential to impact business over the next 18 to 24 months.
Annual report, February 2013 | 96 pages
|Waiter, is that inclusion in my soup?
Deloitte Australia (Deloitte) and the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission are proud to launch Waiter, is that inclusion in my soup?
Deloitte report, November 2012 | 32 pages
|Global Business Driven HR Transformation
The global business environment is experiencing unprecedented change, and human resources (HR) should develop new capabilities if it wants to remain relevant.
Deloitte report, October 2012 | 141 pages
|Cloud computing and tax
Clouds everywhere, but what are they and is
there a silver lining?
Deloitte report, July 2012 | 8 pages
|The Leadership Premium: How companies win the confidence of investors
The study puts a hard metric on the intangible asset of leadership and what it means for business.
Deloitte report, May 2012 | 20 pages
|Human Capital Trends 2012: Leap ahead
In 2012, converging market trends are driving HR organisations to make significant leaps in capabilities and performance. Read the eight critical trends that will require decisive action.
Deloitte report, April 2012 | 32 pages
|Tech Trends 2012: Elevate IT for digital business
This year's theme, examines the broad impacts of five technology forces that have influenced our reports over the past several years – analytics, mobility, social, cloud and cyber security.
Deloitte Annual Report, February 2012 | 80 pages
|Gauging corporate sentiment in Asia | Justified optimism?
A survey of 806 senior executives in the Asia-Pacific region gauging corporate sentiment and growth expectations across the region.
Deloitte Global survey, April 2012 | 28 pages