The 2021 Insights Summit was a virtual event designed to help you navigate today’s business environment and plan effectively for the future. We had multiple session options throughout the day, featuring thought leaders on talent, macroeconomics, tax, cyber, supply chain, and ESG. Read through the tabs below to learn more about each session, and to review replays.
- The Future of Work
- Macroeconomic update
- The Biden Tax Agenda
- Cyber Insights 2022
- Supply Chain
- Gaining the ESG advantage
The Future of Work
The past 18 months have reset fundamental aspects of how employers and employees view their relationship. The continued evolution of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) brings with it opportunities to establish a new relationship with your workforce; one rooted in broader aspects of how employees seek out value from their jobs. Join us to understand how ESG and the Future of Work can be achieved in your organization.
COVID-19: Work reimagined
COVID-19: Reality of work and the virtual workforce
Recovery and the new normal
The COVID-19 pandemic is perhaps the most significant macro event impacting the global economy over the past several decades, triggering unprecedented medical, monetary, and fiscal intervention. Join us to better understand the pandemic's wide-ranging impacts, including those on labor and supply chains, inflation risks, and what recovery might look like for the US and global economies.
The Biden Tax Agenda
President Biden has proposed an ambitious tax agenda, reversing many of the tax cuts of 2017 and redirecting that revenue to other priorities. But that legislative agenda has now stalled on Capitol Hill as time starts to run out on 2021. Is a major tax bill still likely? And if so, when might we see it and how big could it be? Join us to explore the latest developments.
Catching Up on Capitol Hill
2021 Federal Tax Legislation
Cyber Insights 2022
With the acceleration of digital disruptions and new ways of working here to stay, the need for organizations to keep up with the speed of business and remain secure has never been greater. Join us to dive into the ever-changing Cyber Security landscape and gain perspective on enterprise-relevant trends, including ransomware, third-party security, data privacy, and zero trust.
Meeting the short and long-term challenges
Globally we are experiencing the most significant demand / supply imbalance in decades, impacting companies and individual consumers. At the same time, increased focus on ESG has set its sights on supply chains to drive meaningful change on factors impacting the environment. Join us to understand how companies are tackling some of today’s challenges leveraging different analytics and planning techniques while setting a course for improved supply chain sustainability.
The MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics and CSCMP have partnered on an annual report exploring the annual state of global supply chain sustainability. Please take a moment to participate in this 3rd annual survey and share on to other professionals who may be willing to participate. The anonymous survey is available in English, Spanish and Chinese.
Our objective is to survey professionals globally across industries, regions, and positions to get a fuller picture of the state of modern supply chain sustainability. The survey should take 10 minutes or less to complete.
David Correll, Research Scientist & Lecturer at Massachusetts Institute of Technology
The future of supply chain
State of Supply Chain Sustainability 2021
Gaining the ESG advantage
Companies are facing increasing pressures from investors, regulators, shareholders, customers, and employees to transform their businesses through the lens of ESG. What and how to execute on ESG can be complex and confusing given the number of standards and approaches. Join us to learn not only the impact on financial reporting and regulatory compliance, but also how to use ESG to bring value, growth, and overall benefit to your organization.