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  • Take a look at KPMG's Lynne Doughtie on CNBC's Squawk Box discussing the 2018 KPMG U.S. CEO Outlook. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQKRu

    CEO outlook shows confidence in growth: KPMG survey

    Lynne Doughtie, KPMG U.S. CEO and chairman, talks about the results of an exclusive new study of 400 American chief executives and their read on the economy, growth and biggest fears for the future of their companies.

  • How do Defense Department CIOs meet the RMF mandate? Tony Hubbard, head of KPMG's Government Cybersecurity practice explains in this video: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQKvZ

  • Executives from Sinclair Broadcast Group discuss how KPMG helped their full platform transformation. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQWow

  • What will the Auditor of the future look like? KPMG has a few ideas. #yourcareerinspired http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQWGk

    Audit 2023: Is this how you'll uncover fraud?

    How will audit technology help your team discover the truth?

  • Solar and geothermal technologies are promising renewable energy sources, says KPMG’s Regina Mayor. Discover why the future is bright in the energy landscape. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ6rc

    KPMGVoice: Perspectives: Why The Future Is Bright For Renewables And Fossil Fuels

    The energy landscape is transforming significantly, but a constant remains: Global demand keeps growing. Even as consumption rises, the world's need to reduce its burning of carbon-emitting fossil fuels has become apparent. Finding ways to do that presents challenges and opportunities. Projects generating energy from renewable sources have become viable additions to the mix.

  • http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ6ma KPMG's Fiona Grandi says a key to successful innovation is the willingness to continuously adjust your strategy. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ6mA

    How companies can turn their best ideas into reality

    To fully invest in innovation, it is essential to consider all of these factors, and not just one: people, capabilities, culture, and technology. And they need to be considered at the same time in order to meet the ever evolving needs of clients and customers in a disruptive marketplace.

  • We are proud to be #8 on Diversity Inc.'s Top 50 Companies for Diversity list for 2018! http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ66e

    No. 8 | KPMG

    FROM DIVERSITYINC KPMG moves into the Top 10 for the first time. Chairman and CEO Lynne Doughtie is the Executive Chair of the Diversity Advisory Board. Sue Townsen, Chief Diversity Officer & Partner, Advisory is the chair. KPMG's senior leaders chair the national advisory boards of each...

  • KPMG chairman and CEO Lynne Doughtie explains why the Big Four firm is bringing external directors to its board. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ6cF

    Building trust by adding outside directors at KPMG

    In today's complex and fast-moving global business environment, successful organizations regularly reassess their mission and responsibilities to the markets they serve. They raise a mirror to themselves - closely evaluating what they believe to be their proven tools - and determine if those tools remain fit for purpose.

  • Wanting to innovate is one thing -- making it happen is another story. KPMG’s Colleen Drummond, Kes Sampanthar, and Kevin Bolen talk to Forbes about how the pace of disruption inspired the KPMG Innovation Labs.
    http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQfs6

    KPMGVoice: How To Stay Ahead Of Disruptive Change -- Lessons From Inside An Innovation Lab

    The need to innovate has become every company's opportunity to do a rewrite. Leaders see rapid technology innovation changing the business landscape in almost every sector - it's challenging existing business models, enabling new operating models, facilitating new competitors, and driving change in customer behavior and expectations across generations.

  • How a robust, well-structured and immutable data layer can allow federal agencies to automate and improve their business processes while running on top of legacy systems. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQfBW

    Blockchain, automation and learning to love your legacy systems -- GCN

    Jose Arrieta is in love with the data layer. In his role as the Department of Health and Human Services associate deputy assistant secretary for acquisition, Arrieta oversees the acquisition function across the highly decentralized agency. Like many government systems, HHS' are often siloed and expensive to integrate, so the business processes are rife with manual tasks.

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