Despite the majority of U.S. CEOs having not grown up as digital natives, the 2018 US CEO Outlook survey revealed that 91% are confident about their ability to lead their companies through radical transformations.
Our researchers concluded that CEOs need to be flexible and agile, while at the same time adopting a new mindset and mindfulness—to move fast and decisively. They identified five ideas at the foundation of the new mindset.
While passwords aren’t dead yet, companies will continue to move towards other methods of authentication which will incorporate biometrics, behavioral tendencies and device profiling as their main log-in methods in addition to the passwords in use today.
As the results of KPMG's 1Q18 Global Insights Pulse survey (focusing this quarter on the use of data and analytics and intelligent automation in the finance function) were presented via Webcast, polling questions were gathered from audience members. Explore the answers to those questions here.
Finance operations in the power industry has a lot of moving parts—especially for a business with nearly 2 million electric and natural gas customers. See how we helped one company roll out a new software platform that touched every process, from front office to back.
The clock is ticking. In just six months, public companies (with calendar year-end) are expected to comply with the new lease accounting standard, which represents the most significant change in lease accounting in decades.
It’s no secret that people are glued to their smartphones, ready and eager to consume content at all times. For many of us, these devices have become the center of the universe for media consumption, replacing traditional TV sets. This dynamic puts wireless carriers in strong position for the race for the platform.
Learn how KPMG's professionals helped a global pharmaceutical leader’s HR organization harmonize technologies, services and processes following a period of transformation in which the company had completed more than two dozen acquisitions and divestitures.
In a recent interview for Buzzfeed between sharing life lessons and entrepreneurial advice, I had the opportunity to discuss how technology is impacting the healthcare industry, including process improvement, quality outcomes and patient care.
Learn how, as Generation Z takes its place in the workforce, organizations must adapt their talent programs to accommodate the traits of these new workers so they can continue to attract and hire the best and the brightest among them.
Explore how the internet has given job seekers easy access to detailed information about companies through a variety of sources, which in turn allows candidates to act more like consumers, evaluating companies in the same way they can compare consumer goods online.
In our In pursuit of compliance metrics report, we used insights from discussions with executives and their stakeholders to establish key takeaways that can help compliance, business, and risk leaders bolster their ethics and compliance metrics.
Currently, most businesses are using analytics and intelligence rather than true artificial intelligence. However, big technology organizations that are inherently data-centric already engage artificial intelligence in recruiting functions.
At a time when technology is taking the place of human interaction, the pharmacist is often an underused step in the process of connecting the brand team to patients—especially with senior citizens. Patients should be asking their community pharmacists questions and pharmacists should be a support system for patients.
The use of data & analytics has taken on particular importance in M&A and when used properly can transform the due diligence process and give acquirers much more control of the most important types of information.
We are swiftly arriving at something magical: a new and disruptive transportation mode in which driverless vehicles are coupled with mobility services. Consumers will want this, and it will be transformative in the same way the smartphone and personal computer have been.
Against a backdrop of uncertainty over potential regulatory repeal and revision in Washington, business executives, especially those in highly regulated industries, need to balance a multitude of issues, both internal and external.
Some agencies like the Food and Drug Administration and the National Institutes of Health have already started implementing IA to assist with data sets and research funding. But IA is not a one-size-fits-all solution. There are different classes of IA for different uses.
In recent years, as data volumes have grown exponentially and technology has become increasingly sophisticated, managed review service providers have proliferated as a cost-effective alternative to in-house document review.
Disruption has always been central force in modern free markets, but AI is accelerating “creative destruction” and challenging businesses to transform if they are to successfully compete as 21st Century enterprises. At KPMG, our commitment to AI runs deep not only for our clients but within our own organization.