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“Alexa, tell the nurse…” Three healthcare facilities in Australia and New Zealand have deployed a new voice-controlled system to help patients notify nurses when they need assistance. The digital replacement for the call button was developed by Deloitte and is being used in Prince of Wales Hospital, an aged care

The ongoing automation of repeatable process-based jobs, along with the augmentation of the world of knowledge workers by machine learning and AI will give rise to a new class of super-jobs. That’s a key finding in the newly released 2019 Global Human Capital Trends report from Deloitte which argues that

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The founders and staff of management consulting business, The Terrace Initiative, will join Deloitte’s human capital consulting practice on 1 May. The Terrace Initiative specialises in helping clients take charge of change programs using data and technology, using their own proprietary tools and Transformation Sciences methodology via an in-house software

Change is hard. Inside corporate structures, with deeply ingrained practices, it’s often safer to simply follow the rules. But in times when business models are rapidly being re-invented and the average lifespan of a the S&P 500 continues to shorten, failure to effectively change people and processes could lead to

The full impact of Amazon’s entry into the Australian market is yet to be felt, but the global retail giant is showing no signs of slowing down. According to Deloitte’s Global Powers of Retailing Report, an annual report which ranks the global retailers by revenue, Walmart remains the world’s largest

In the space of 12 months Australian executives have gone from feeling unprepared to tackle the changes unlocked by technology to more bullish than their global counterparts. According to Deloitte’s second annual leadership readiness report, 37 per cent of Australian executives completely agreed that they feel ready to capitalise on

More Australians are using their mobiles to watch TV and data usage is surging, according to a new Deloitte survey. The 2018 Deloitte Mobile Consumer survey found 25 per cent of all Australians are using their mobiles to watch TV. With 5G soon to be introduced, Deloitte said smartphones could rival

November is increasingly a crunch-month for retailers with online sales such as Click Frenzy, Black Friday and Cyber Monday embedding themselves in the consumer and merchant mindset. Add to that the global impact of Singles Day in China and it’s easy to see why the month is such an important

5G will enable increased productivity, workforce participation and new business operations that will contribute between $32 billion and $50 billion to Australia’s GDP by 2030, according to a new study from Deloitte. Commissioned by Telstra, the research “5G Mobile technology: Are businesses ready to seize the opportunity?” was released yesterday

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The impact of machine learning is likely to be rapid for those who have their technology house in order. It is a truism of the technology industry – first identified by Bill Gates the Microsoft founder – we often underestimate how long a new technology needs to take hold, and