Tackling the big issues of today to get you thinking about what’s next
For businesses and governments worldwide, 2020 delivered unprecedented challenges—and in many cases worsened issues that existed pre-pandemic.
Our new perspective series is the latest thinking from across our global network, delivering bold insights for bold leaders. Now is the time to drive growth from new possibilities, to take action, transform and move forward.
Imagining a greater future for your business, customers and society.
As the impact of the pandemic extends into 2021, what do future-forward leaders need to know? We compile the latest thinking and research from across our global network to help you navigate the year ahead, framed within six critical forces shaping our world. Explore the Take on Tomorrow series below.
Using our market leading studies, data, and expert analyses, we pinpoint the factors that made an immediate impact on your business. We can then advise you on how to make the best decisions in the near and not-so-near future, by examining global trends, exploring sector-specific shifts, and discovering the latest technological tools influencing your specific industry.
PwC has made a worldwide science-based commitment to achieve net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2030. The commitment includes supporting our clients to reduce their emissions as well as reducing those from our own operations and suppliers.
The unprecedented, tumultuous events of the past year have presented family businesses with enormous challenges. And although many have demonstrated significant resilience amid the crisis—the rapidly changing state of the world has served as a wake-up call for family business leaders looking towards the future.
The solutions to the world's most urgent challenges are within reach, but we only have a decade to make progress. Author Blair Sheppard, PwC’s Global Leader of Strategy and Leadership, illustrates how today’s global crises are broad and intertwined, but proposes that solutions pursued thoughtfully and energetically over the next ten years will result in a dawn instead of darkness.
Your guide to the emerging technologies revolutionising business now
Transcend through new technology
Artificial intelligence. IoT. Virtual reality. Technology is evolving at breakneck speed and is already defining what’s next — for your company, competitors and industry. Business leaders understand this: 69% of CEOs in our annual survey are worried about the speed of tech change and they’re struggling to keep pace. Just 20% said they have made significant progress in getting smart about technology and its potential implications for their business.
As organisations seek to reinvent their futures, blockchain technology presents an opportunity to drive growth. Through practical, everyday uses, blockchain can deliver value by building trust and efficiencies across industries.
COVID-19 has accelerated the adoption of AI technology around the world. The crisis has presented companies with a unique opportunity to innovate, and to address some of the key challenges related to AI adoption and responsible usage.
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