25 posts categorised "Dennis Nally"

06/10/2016

The profession of the future: blending human insight with technology innovation to create and build trust

Author: Dennis Nally, Chairman, PwC International Ltd. At the end of June 2016, I’ll conclude my tenure as Chairman of PricewaterhouseCoopers International Limited, after two terms lasting a total of seven years. The world has changed dramatically since I became Chairman in 2009 – and even more since I joined...

04/06/2016

Strategy that works: Book addresses bridging the gap between company strategy and execution

Author: Dennis Nally, Chairman, PwC International Ltd. Many executives concede their need for a better coordinated strategy; their company’s capabilities don’t support the value they seek to create. As they succinctly put it: “There is a lack of connection between where the enterprise aims to go and what it can...

03/08/2016

International Women’s Day: promoting international career aspirations

Author: Dennis Nally, Chairman, PwC International Ltd. As part of International Women’s Day, PwC is excited to launch our Modern mobility: Moving women with purpose study focused on gender inclusive mobility programmes. At PwC, we believe supporting the international career aspirations of women is an important part of the solution...

02/29/2016

Why can’t CEOs sleep at night? Cybercrime.

Author: Dennis Nally, Chairman, PwC International Ltd. Our 19th Annual Global CEO Survey, launched at the World Economic Forum in Davos, portrayed a gloomy outlook for business, with CEOs voicing concern about geopolitical uncertainty and slowing economic growth. Yet in speaking one-on-one with business leaders, it's the third key concern...

01/22/2016

The Unfinished Business of Gender Parity

Author: Dennis Nally, Chairman, PwC International Ltd. When it comes to the importance of gender equality in the workplace, the message has clearly gotten through to those at the top. Surveys – including those conducted by my own organization – consistently show that business leaders understand the need for equal...

01/21/2016

CEOs need to redefine their business success in a rapidly changing world

Author: Dennis Nally, Chairman, PwC International Ltd. It is always exciting to join a number of my PwC colleagues and engage with business leaders, politicians and academics from all over the world at the Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. The perfect setting to launch the...

11/16/2015

APEC CEOs look to expand despite drop in confidence

Author: Dennis Nally, Chairman, PwC International Ltd. Slowing growth in China, uncertain US interest rates, regional geopolitical tensions and growing concerns around cyber security have combined to make it a challenging six months for Asia Pacific business leaders. Not surprisingly, the results from PwC’s 2015 APEC CEO Survey reveal CEO...

06/15/2015

Five reasons why diversity and inclusion matter to every business – and every employee

By Dennis Nally, PwC The evidence speaks for itself – and so does the everyday experience of businesses across the world. Diversity and inclusion lead to more innovation, more opportunities for all, better access to talent, and better business performance. But how and why? To me, there are five reasons...

05/05/2015

More choices and opportunities for all: why I’m HeForShe

A uthor: Dennis Nally, Chairman, PwC International Ltd. This year, our 18th Annual Global CEO Survey revealed that 85% of the CEOs whose organisation has a diversity and inclusiveness strategy say it’s enhanced business, while 56% say it’s helped them compete in new industries or countries. Unsurprisingly, most companies focus...

04/29/2015

Strategy & execution: Why it matters and why we’re so proud of it

Author: Dennis Nally, Chairman, PwC International Ltd. How often have you recently looked at your business, your customers and your competitors and found yourself questioning the types of services and products you’re offering? Maybe you’ve even started to question the type of business you’re currently in? Don’t worry. You’re not...