Unlocking the power of data for the CFO


Under pressure to be more strategic and efficient, the CFO role is changing. This shift brings data analytics to the forefront. CFOs who do not rely on data analysis in all aspects of their decision making are increasingly aware of its potential.

Reimagine Forecasting: High stakes decision making for CFOs


Reimagining forecasting may seem like a gratuitous exercise in crystal ball design, but it is becoming a critical step that companies should take to maintain their positions as market-leading organizations.

Meeting the Fintech Challenge


This article from strategy+business examines how financial services organizations can embrace fintech rather than fighting it - and remain adaptable and relevant in this evolving space.

Fast Takes on Talent Innovations


Our series of Fast Takes on Talent Innovations examines the critical role each element of the talent ecosystem plays within an organization – and offers PwC’s insights on how today’s business leaders can reinvent their talent strategies to compete and win.

Energy executive series: Digital in Energy - Webcast replay


In this recorded webcast we examine how companies can leverage digitization across the value chain of oil and gas operation and discuss strategies and differentiated capabilities needed to win in this space.

Out with the many: Redesigning distributor compensation as a shared service


Insurers are rethinking their legacy operating platforms as distributors seek smoother moves. Consolidation can help.

Streaming the future


How will technology, media, and telecommunications companies prepare for further disruption.

Devil in the data: How banks can improve data management


As information demands grow, banks need improved data management. Both risk and finance will play a critical role.

Path to purchase: Guiding customers through winding digital roads


Traditional institutions can fend off disruptors by becoming more customer-centric, analytic, and digitally-focused.

Directors and IT


Overseeing a company's information technology activities remains a significant concern for today's boards of directors.