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Punit Renjen offers a chairman’s perspective on social media 
In this Directors & Boards article entitled “Lead or be left behind,” Renjen discusses social media in the boardroom.

What really drives employee engagement?
Renjen bullet points how to create an exceptional culture and discusses goals and engagement and values and actions in this chiefexecutive.net article.

How to get employee buy-in to build exceptional culture
“Employees today are looking for a purpose to their work that is easily stated, outwardly directed and makes a real difference,” according to Renjen. Read more on www.fastcompany.com.

Steward of the organization
Deloitte Chairman Punit Renjen discusses his working relationship with CEO Joe Echevarria and building a world-class board in Directorship.

Renjen shares his perspective on “Exceptional Boards” in Leadership Excellence Magazine
“Effective boards provide oversight and strategic guidance to management. But exceptional boards also extend their influence beyond the organization,” writes Renjen. Read columns from February, March and May 2012.

Employee Benefit News cautions employers to beware of pitfalls of social media, cites Renjen’s study
As social media proliferates to all corners of society, many employers are taking advantage of its open and connecting properties in the workplace. However, as with any development designed to ease communication, executives must ensure that they balance high-touch interaction with technology to achieve a healthy company culture.

Article by INC reinforces: Workplace culture matters
Deloitte reports a disparity between how leaders and employees view their workplace culture. A recent 2012 report from Deloitte, "Culture in the Workplace," reveals some encouraging findings about workplace culture.

Renjen’s study features tips on how to create a collaborative culture in Talent Management
Companies such as Google have succeeded in creating enviable corporate culture that has landed them on lists like Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For. Other companies following suit think social media might be the answer — and, while useful, it’s just the beginning.

Punit Renjen talks to 100 MBA students about how to measure success in consulting
In a challenging economy, during a time when most consulting firms contracted, Deloitte actually grew its consulting business by double-digits in four of the past five years, according to Punit Renjen, Deloitte LLP chairman of the board.

Chairman’s survey on social media is sited in the Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal
Executives and workers have very different views on the value of social media in promoting workplace culture, a new study says. While 41 percent of executives believe social networking helps to build and maintain workplace culture, only 21 percent of employees have the same view, the study from Deloitte and Harris Interactive found.

Social media divide and Chairman’s survey discussed by the Dallas Morning News
A new survey by accounting firm Deloitte points to a social divide between business executives and employees in the role social media plays in building and maintaining workplace culture. Forty-one percent of business executives think social networking helps build and maintain workplace culture, but 21 percent of employees have the same view.

Renjen’s survey results Fox Business Online reports
Bosses who see social media as a great way to build workplace culture do not have the support of their workers, new research has found. In that research, 41 percent of executives thought that social media was important in building and maintaining workplace culture, but just 21 percent of workers shared their view.

Orlando Sentinal discusses Chairman’s survey regarding social media
For all the talk – and tweets, texts and posts – about how social media is revolutionizing the way we communicate, the digital hordes have yet to make a revolutionary dent in the workplace culture, a new survey shows.

Renjen cited in Inc. article
A new study reveals that managers think connecting online is a great way to build company culture. Employees aren't so sure. Think social media tools are helping you better connect with and engage your employees? You're certainly not alone--but you're wrong.

AOL.com features Punit Renjen regarding workplace culture survey
Social media’s impact on building culture in the workplace is debatable, according to Deloitte’s new “Core Values and Beliefs” survey conducted online by Harris Interactive. The study was designed to examine the connection between workplace culture and business strategy, and included a nationwide sample of 303 corporate executives and 1,005 full-time employees.

Renjen discusses connection between workplace culture and business strategy in Inc. magazine
Think social media tools are helping you better connect with and engage your employees? You're certainly not alone--but you're wrong. According to the findings of a survey conducted by Deloitte, 41% of the executives participating in the study believe social networking helps build and maintain workplace culture.

Chairman's survey: Social media's role in building workplace culture
As social media continues to alter how people connect personally and professionally, its impact on building culture in the workplace is debatable, according to Deloitte’s new “Core Values and Beliefs” survey conducted online by Harris Interactive.  Examining perspectives on culture and business strategy, 41 percent of executives participating in the study believe social networking helps to build and maintain workplace culture, while only 21 percent of employees have the same view.

Core beliefs and culture: Chairman's survey findings
Harris Interactive surveyed 1,005 U.S. adults (aged 18+, employed full-time in a company with 100+ employees) and 303 corporate executives on a number of questions related to culture in the workplace.

Renjen talks about Succeeding as Deloitte's Chairman on FINS.com
Punit Renjen, chairman of Deloitte, had never been on an airplane before until he traveled to the U.S. in his early 20s. He won a Rotary Foundation Scholarship to study at Willamette University in Oregon. "I came to the U.S. sight unseen," says Renjen, who was born and raised in a village 40 miles west of New Delhi, India.

Deloitte Chairman Interviewed on India's NDTV
While visiting India this fall, Deloitte LLP Chairman Punit Renjen was interviewed by India’s leading business news channel, NDTV Profit. This brief video includes segments covering global and India-specific issues.

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