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By: Jessica Makrinos, Samantha Melanson & Julienne Reis. Agenda. Brief History Industry Overview Company Overview Global Domestic Domestic Diversity and Inclusion Philosophy Metrics Analysis Recommendations Implementation Plan Final Thoughts. Deloitte’s History. Established 1990

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Agenda
Agenda

  • Brief History

  • Industry Overview

  • Company Overview

    • Global

    • Domestic

  • Domestic Diversity and Inclusion Philosophy

  • Metrics

  • Analysis

  • Recommendations

  • Implementation Plan

  • Final Thoughts


Deloitte s history
Deloitte’s History

  • Established 1990

  • By 1990

    • 132 countries

    • Professional services

  • Deloitte

    • Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL) - Global

    • Deloitte LLP United States - Domestic


Industry overview
Industry Overview

  • Professional Services Industry

  • Net Worth: 391 Billion USD

  • Employs: ~1.1 Million

Competitors

  • The Big Four:

    • PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)

    • Ernst and Young (E&Y)

    • Klynveld Peat Marwick Goerdeler (KPMG)

    • Deloitte ToucheTohmatsu


Industry services areas
Industry Services Areas

  • Audit and Enterprise Risk

  • Consulting

  • Financial Advisory

  • Forensic

  • Growth Enterprise

  • Human Resources

  • IFRS Reporting

  • Tax


Industry analysis
Industry Analysis

  • Highly competitive

  • Highly profitable

  • Fast growing



Dttl overview
DTTL Overview

  • Member Firms: 48

    • Subsidiaries: 150

  • Countries: 140

  • Professionals: 193,359

  • Private Company

  • FY 2012 revenues: $31.3 billion USD


Vision mission
Vision & Mission

Vision

  • To be the standard of excellence

  • Be highly respected by their community of stakeholders

  • Be the first choice of the most coveted talent

  • Be the first choice of the most sought-after clients

    Mission:

    “To deliver measurable value to our clients through a global network of diverse professionals who bring unmatched depth & breadth of expertise”



Revenue broken down
Revenue Broken Down:

BY INDUSTRY

BY FUNCTIONAL AREA

BY REGION


Dttl professionals
DTTL Professionals

Americas

84,855

Europe/

Middle East/ Africa

68,317

Asia Pacific

40,187


Dttl gender diversity
DTTL Gender Diversity

BY REGION

LEADERSHIP AND GOVERNANCE

BY LEVEL (GLOBAL)

NEW HIRE BY GENDER (GLOBAL)


Dttl women representation
DTTLWomenRepresentation

Global talent

Gender diversity

44%

Women as a percentage of total member firm personnel

18%

Women as a percentage of total member firm partners and directors

45%

Women as a percentage of total member firm hires

34%

Women as a percentage of total member firm managers


Deloitte llp u s overview
Deloitte LLP U.S.: Overview

  • Professionals: 56,827

  • 37 States

  • FY 2012 revenues: 13.07 Billion USD

    Subsidiaries:

  • Deloitte & Touche LLP

  • Deloitte Consulting LLP

  • Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP

  • Deloitte Tax LLP




Deloitte llp stakeholders
Deloitte LLP: Stakeholders

  • Key Stakeholders:

  • Clients

  • Alumni

  • Deloitte staff and their families

  • Government and regulators

  • Professional associations

  • Non-profit organizations and community organizations

  • International multi-stakeholder organizations

  • Suppliers

  • Analysts

  • Educational institutions/academia


Philosophy on diversity inclusion
Philosophy on Diversity & Inclusion

“Our mission is ambitious: Deloitte will be recognized as the leading professional services organization with diversity at all levels contributing a variety of perspectives to achieve our vision to be the standard of excellence”




Business resource groups
Business Resource Groups

  • Ability First & Allies

  • Armed Forces & Allies

  • Asian-American Alliance & Allies

  • Black Employee Network & Allies

  • GLBT Employees & Allies

  • Hispanic/Latino(a) Employee Network & Allies

  • International Business Resource Groups & Allies


Women s initiatives
Women’s Initiatives

  • Women of Ascend

  • Women of ALPFA

  • Women of NABA

  • Women in Leadership

  • Women’s Initiative (WIN)


Programs
Programs

  • Emerging Leaders Development Program

  • Think Tank

  • Leadership Development Program

  • Imagine Mentoring

  • Inclusion Advisory Council (IAC)

  • Deloitte University

    • Deloitte University Leadership Center for Inclusion (DULC4I)


Awards and recognition
Awards and Recognition

  • 100% rating in the Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index

  • Ranked #3 on G.I. Jobs 2013 Top 10 Best Military Friendly Diversity

  • One of the 202 Top Twelve LATINA Style Companies of Year

  • American Woman’s Society of Certified Accountants Lead by Example Award

  • Included as one of Diversityinc’s“Top 50 Companies for Diversity,” 2002-2004, 2007-2012


Metrics
Metrics

  • External Advisory Council

  • 58% increase in minority representation in 10 years

  • Reduced turnover rate by 9% since 1990s

  • Increased women in leadership by 9% since 1995

  • Reduced gender turnover gap from 7% to <1%

  • 50% minority business unit CEOs


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Strengths

Weaknesses

Too many programs

Metrics do not measure up to the diversity programs

Advancing women to upper level management

  • Strong diversity programs

  • Continuous innovation

  • Diversity as a driver for increasing bottom line

  • Commitment to professionals

    • Inclusive culture

  • Lower level diversity


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Why?

Analysis

Problem #1

Problem #2

Measuring Metrics

Advancing women to upper level management

  • Does not follow Deloitte’s philosophy

    • Gender Diversity

  • Broad

  • Programs only geared toward lower-level employees


Recommendations
Recommendations

Solution to Problem #1

Solution to Problem #2

More effective use of company resources

Employee Survey

Deloitte’s Diversity and Inclusion Analytics Tools (DDIAT)

  • Shift diversity practices

    • Upper level positions

  • Strengthen Sponsorship


Implementation plan
Implementation Plan

Problem #1

Problem #2

DDIAT Annual Reports

Firm-wide satisfaction survey

Tool for comparison

  • “Make a Match”

  • Start sponsorship early

  • Personality Profiles


Final thoughts
Final Thoughts

  • Developing diversity

    • Improvement with metrics

  • Integration of lower level programs

  • Will accomplish D & I goals


Deloitte is diversity

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Deloitte is Diversity