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Faculty Newsletter - April 2021

Dear Educators,

We are pleased this month to be recognized by Vault and Fortune. ICYMI we feature the NYT Corner Office Series article with our US Chairman & Senior Partner, Tim Ryan, along with Tim’s recent LinkedIn blog regarding thanking our people during a pandemic. In addition, our Chief People Officer, Mike Fenlon, has co-authored a paper with BHEF on Creating the Future Workforce Today. We highlight new deal drivers in the COVID-19 recession, our 24th Annual Global CEO Survey and our Top Policy Trends 2021 Report. We have also included our new Take On Tomorrow series, our US Remote Work Survey, a recent Strategy& article titled ‘Digitizing Isn’t the Same as Digital Transformation’ and a recent PwC publication titled ‘The unbalanced balance sheet: Making intangibles count’.

We are #PwCProud to be ranked #1 in the Vault Accounting 50!

View the entire rankings list here.

Tech while you trek

Fortune Magazine’s 100 best companies

For the 17th year in a row and after a year like no other, we're proud to be recognized by our employees as one of Fortune Magazine’s 100 best companies to work for! Learn what our people have to say about our culture. Click here.

leading with guts

In case you missed it: Tim Ryan speaks to the NY Times

Our US Chairman, Tim Ryan, believes that the best leaders are those who listen — And listening has grounded his advocacy for the advancement of diversity and inclusion. Read more in the NY Times article.

Entry level careers site, virtual interview tips

How PwC US is thanking our people for a year of hard work

Our US Chairman, Tim Ryan, shares how PwC is thanking and supporting its employees as we begin to recover from the pandemic. Click here to read more.

10 years to midnight

Creating the Future Workforce Today - BHEF Report

This report examines how leaders in business and higher education can continue to collaboratively build an adaptive, inclusive and sustainable workforce for the 21st century innovation economy. It gives an overview of the educational and workforce trends disrupting our economy and society and shares examples of efforts from business and higher education to equip employees and students with Digital Age skills, while promoting greater diversity, equity and inclusion. Click to view the executive summary or you may access the entire report here.

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Tomorrow’s deal dynamics

How technology investment opportunities are reshaping M&A. Learn more here about new deal drivers in the COVID-19 recession.


Governance Insights

Global CEO Survey

In every region, CEOs are extremely optimistic about global economic growth. The 24th Annual Global CEO Survey explores the views of 5,050 chief executives around the world on how they are reinventing their companies to mitigate global disruptions, such as the impact of COVID-19, and ensuring sustainable growth. Read more here.

Top Policy Trends 2021

A lifelong moderate is promising a transformative presidency. How can businesses prepare for policy shifts? Read more here.

Take on Tomorrow

Our new perspective series is the latest thinking from across our US network, delivering bold insights for bold leaders. Now is the time to drive growth from new possibilities, to take action, transform and move forward. Learn more here.

PwC’s US Remote Work Survey

In many companies, determining what to do with the office is the focal point of a much larger discussion. The success of remote work has reimagined how corporate work gets done, as well as where the work takes place. PwC’s second survey into attitudes about remote work finds US executives and employees converging around a post-pandemic future with a lot more flexibility, yet few are prepared to completely abandon the office space. Read more here.


Digitizing Isn’t the Same as Digital Transformation

Digital efforts have been proliferating for years as companies strive to catch up with technological innovation. Covid-19 massively accelerated the pace, as many of our most basic activities, from grocery shopping to “going to work” moved online. However, this accelerated wave of digital initiatives must not be confused with the real business transformation needed for success in the digital age. Click here to read more.

The unbalanced balance sheet: Making intangibles count

Business models in many industries have evolved in the last decade to increasingly create economic value from investments in intangible assets, such as brands, technology, and customer relationships. And this intangible-centric approach has been more obvious since the start of the global pandemic. Companies have made and continue to make substantial investments that create or enhance the value of intangibles, which are inextricably linked to their strategy. Learn more here.

We hope you find this information useful. Please contact if we can be of assistance.

Best Regards,

Julie Peters, US University Relations Leader

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