I recently compiled another reading list “What McKinsey, BCG, and Bain are saying about digital.” Continuing the digital theme, I’ve also compiled a list of some publications on digital, from consulting’s Big Four firms: Deloitte; Ernst & Young; KPMG; and PwC.
- “Tech Trends 2018: The Symphonic Enterprise.” This is an annual report that covers key tech trends (featuring digital, of course). Deloitte has a “Trends” series covering topics across all of their consulting service lines (Strategy and Operations, Human Capital, and Technology); they are one of my favourite fast reads.
- “The Building Blocks of Digital.”
- “The Intelligence Revolution: Future-Proofing Canada’s Workforce.”
Ernst & Young:
- “Making the Future of Work, Work.”
- “How Can You Aspire to Lead in the Digital Economy?” This is an interesting take, in that it addresses the build vs buy for digital capabilities.
- “In a digital world, do you know where your risks are?”
- “Business transformation fuels a digital mind-set but achieving it proves challenging.”
- “The Route to Digital Business Leadership.”
- “In a Digital World, Do You Trust the Data?.”
- “Becoming Truly Digital.”
- “Creating Responsive and Responsible Digital Transformation.”
- “Destination (Un)Known: Key Steps to Guide Your Digital Transformation Journey.”
- “The Creative CIO’s Agenda: Six Big Bets for #Digital Transformation.”
- “Digital IQ 2017 – Canadian Insights.”
- “Shift Podcast Episode 2: Three Key Factors for Successful Digital Transformation.”
- “Adapt, disrupt, transform, disappear: The 2015 Chief Digital Officer Study.”
About the Author
Peggy Steele is a Management Consultant with with over 19 years of industry experience working for global professional services firms Deloitte, American Management Systems, and CGI. Currently, she is the Industry Advisor for Consulting at the Schulich School of Business, responsible for designing, developing, and managing career-readiness programming for all undergraduate and graduate students interested in consulting. Prior to joining Schulich, Ms. Steele served as the Consulting Expert-in-Residence at the Smith School of Business at Queen’s University, supporting the Bachelor of Commerce and MBA programs.