Economic development creates opportunities to grow state, local and metro areas, which are essential for economic growth, improved quality of life and community development. Deloitte articles below.
New Deloitte study finds optimism has increased following the presidential election, yet uncertainty looms over new policies and regulations ahead.
The chase to harness the massive amounts of data available today has led to increased stress and anxiety amongst companies and workers, according to Deloitte’s "2016 Shift Index.”
A new survey from Deloitte reveals that companies are 'Thriving in Uncertainty' by shifting cost strategies in turbulent global markets.
Facing increased pressure to deliver more growth and productivity while addressing workforce mobility trends and skills shortages, 87 percent of business leaders cite organizational culture and employee engagement as their top challenge, according to Deloitte's "Global Human Capital Trends 2015" report.
The U.S. is expected to become the most competitive manufacturing nation over the next five years, with the current leader China sliding into second position, according to Deloitte Global's upcoming 2016 Global Manufacturing Competitiveness Index report.
Nations with a strong talent pipeline and access to technology, education will see increased manufacturing investment, says a new report from Deloitte and the Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation (MAPI).
Study from Deloitte and The Manufacturing Institute indicates nine in 10 Americans surveyed believe manufacturing essential to U.S. economy, while only one in three parents would encourage their children to pursue a career in manufacturing.
Before deciding upon Lake Mary, Deloitte considered several locations that could provide the needed office space in a suburban setting.
Findings indicate that although uncertainties remain, the economy is expected to continue to grow slowly and improve modestly in 2014.
CDP U.S. Water Report 2013 calls for a shift from water management to water stewardship.
TVA hired Chicago-based Deloitte Consulting to identify and evaluate locations for data centers in the seven-state TVA service area. Deloitte’s study found the 10.6-acre site in Knoxville is readily accessible, has a strong telecommunications infrastructure and availability of reliable electricity—all criteria for a primary site for a data center company.