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    How common metrics can drive long-term value creation

    The World Economic Forum’s International Business Council (WEF-IBC) has proposed a set of common metrics to spur sustainable value creation. It’s a positive step – if we grasp it.

    22 Jan 2021 Carmine Di Sibio


    21 ways to build a better working world in 2021

    What we learned in 2020, and how those insights could help us reframe the future for 2021 and beyond.

    16 Dec 2020 EY Global


    Will your digital investment strategy go from virtual to reality?

    Learn six key actions to help improve your digital strategy and realize a return on digital investments.

    2 Dec 2020 Peter Ulrich

    Supply chain

    Are you running an analogue supply chain for a digital economy?

    COVID-19 has exposed long-standing weaknesses in how we make and sell goods. The solution is digitization and automation, in four steps.

    12 Feb 2021 Glenn Steinberg


    Will HR transformation be the thread that ties value to experiences?

    Your future people function should operate horizontally across your organization to activate experiences that drive long-term value. Here’s how.

    1 Oct 2020 Danny Ferron

    Is the employee experience you’re delivering the one your people want?

    Employees and HR have different views of the employee experience. For long-term success, organizations will need to close this gap.

    12 Feb 2021 Maya Smallwood

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    Carmen Maria Sprus

    EYCarbon and Smart City | Switzerland


    How digitalization acts as a driver for decarbonization

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    Chief Risk Officer, Diversity & Inclusion Leader, Assurance Partner


    How can gender equality be the answer to creating value for future generations?



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