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Keeping ahead of technology

Episode 9 of the Take on Tomorrow podcast features Azeem Azhar, founder of the tech analysis platform Exponential View, and Annie Veillet, national data and advanced analytics lead partner with PwC Canada.
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Climate challenge = climate opportunity

This month’s issue of strategy+business looks at three daunting climate challenges and highlights ways for companies to not only meet them but also spot unexpected opportunities.
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Data and decisions in soccer

The beautiful game is in a race for off-the-field talent that can deliver a competitive edge through big data.

What workers want now

Episode 8 of the Take on Tomorrow podcast features Standard Chartered’s group head of human resources, Tanuj Kapilashrami, and the joint global leader for PwC’s people and organization practice, Pete Brown, on changing workforce expectations.
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In search of clarity

How a clearness committee can offer leaders valuable insights into their toughest decisions. 
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Carbon taxes and the green transition

Episode 7 of the Take on Tomorrow podcast features Danae Kyriakopoulou, from the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, and Ian Milborrow, a sustainability and climate-change partner with PwC UK.
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Are your investments enabling a Just Transition?

Here’s how financial institutions can rebalance a portfolio for net-zero commitments while managing the impact on people, the planet, and profits.
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Want to understand climate risk? Start by looking in your pocket

Climate events are hitting fast and hard, and more extreme ones are on the horizon. Taking a look at the implications for a ubiquitous product—the smartphone—can help business leaders everywhere imagine the risk in their own operations.
Cover of November 2022 digital issue of strategy+business
In the November 2022 digital issue of strategy+business:
Climate challenge = climate opportunity
By breaking down big challenges into small ones, organizations can address climate change while finding business opportunities.
In the race to net zero, many organizations are embracing the challenge of measuring the full extent of their value chain's carbon impact—and learning from the experience.
Little of the sustainable infrastructure the world needs has been built. The opportunity? Investing in the overlooked markets where green infrastructure is most desperately required.