Disruption is changing the way the world works. It’s happening quickly. And it’s creating opportunity, if you can keep up and even get ahead of it.
That’s why we’ve established a dedicated Global Innovation team led by Jeff Wong, EY Global Chief Innovation Officer. The team is focused on understanding external forces changing our world and how to do things differently in 6 months, 3 years, 10 years and beyond.
Applying start-up thinking to today’s (and tomorrow’s) business challenges
In this shifting landscape, we are challenging ourselves to embrace disruption and think differently for our clients. How? By combining the experience of our global Tax, Accounting, Advisory and Transactions professionals (the “suits”) with start-up thinking (the “jeans”). This “suits+jeans” approach applies an entirely new mindset for today's challenges.
Globally connected; channeling emerging technologies
Our global network of EY teams and innovation centers are creating powerful ideas for organizations and ourselves, especially around opportunities coming from artificial intelligence, blockchain, robotics and data and analytics.
Disruption is changing the way the business world works. We’re helping to change the way the business world thinks.
Blockchain and the supply chain
Paul Brody, Innovation blockchain leader at EY, explores how blockchain could revolutionize supply chain management in SAP Digitalist Magazine.
The self-optimizing network enterprise arrives
Discover how emerging technologies, such as blockchain and machine learning, can be deployed to facilitate self-organizing markets.
Innovation in action
Read a Q&A with Jeff Wong and Forbes on innovation in action at EY.
How do you bring innovation to work?
Jeff Wong, EY Global Chief Innovation Officer, has a message for all of us: stay curious.
The lesson of automation in Hidden Figures
Embracing the potential of AI and automation early on takes courage, but it’s an experiment worth embarking on. Read more in this LinkedIn blog.
Embracing the ‘gig economy,’ GigNow is a global marketplace for talent and provides opportunities within EY to people seeking more flexibility.”
Mark Weinberger, EY Global Chairman & CEO
We’re thinking about how to harness the external forces changing our world and our profession.
Key technology areas EY is focused on include:
Enables computers to think and do much more complicated tasks closer to what a human can do
Contact: Nigel Duffy, EY Artificial Intelligence Leader
Robotic Process Automation
Enables organizations to take processes that machines are good at – things that we repeat over and over – and putting them into software, freeing up time for people to do higher value-add work
Contact: Hans Jessen, EY Robotic Process Automation Leader
A digital peer-to-peer asset transaction exchange – the system is a digital ledger of transactions, shared among a distributed network of computers which can increase the speed of completion/settlement and improve security
Contact: Paul Brody, EY Blockchain Leader
Is powered by big data and advanced technologies to deliver insights to disrupt everything from how companies create competitive advantage to day-to-day business processes
Contact: Chris Mazzei, Global Chief Analytics Officer
EY innovation leaders
Global Chief Innovation Officer
303 Almaden Boulevard, San Jose
California 95110, United States+1 408 947 4904
Jeff is responsible for Innovation at EY and leads the EY Global Innovation team. His role is to leverage his experience working in technology in Silicon Valley to challenge everything, from the way EY operates internally to how we deliver services to our clients. Jeff works across the entire organization to help identify, share and scale the best ideas and to research and explore new technologies. Read Jeff’s full bio.
Global Innovation Technologies Leader, Global Chief Analytics Officer
5 Times Square, New YorkNew York 10036, United States+1 212 773 3671
Chris is both the Global Chief Analytics Officer (CAO) and the Technology Leader for the EY Global Innovation team. He is focused on transforming EY’s existing services through the use of analytics. Chris oversees a portfolio of EY’s cutting-edge services including blockchain, robotics process automation and artificial intelligence.
Global Innovation Ventures Leader
560 Mission Street, Suite 1600
California 94105, United States+1 415 984 7423
Chris leads the EY Ventures team for EY Global Innovation. He brings significant experience leading teams and building products in the technology and internet industry in Silicon Valley to EY, and with it, a new approach to doing business and building products. Chris works with the entire organization to challenge the status quo, solve problems and help create new businesses and markets.
Turning powerful ideas into reality: our Global Advisory and Digital teams
Innovation is about continuously learning and adapting. But how do you move from start-up thinking to real-life doing? This is where our Global Advisory Innovation and Digital professionals come in.
Global Advisory Innovation group: where big ideas become reality
Our Global Advisory Innovation team helps build new businesses offerings by sharing, honing and deploying new approaches, tools and services – turning local work into global best practices.Learn more and meet the team.
Digital at EY: is your business fit for a digital world?
We believe that digital should be infused into everything. We don't start with a digital issue – we start with a business issue, and then find a digital solution, fit for a digital world. This means being able to look at digital from every angle, to help build, grow and protect your organization.Learn more and meet the team.