Punit Renjen took the helm Monday as the new chief executive officer of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (Deloitte Global) and defined the global organization’s priorities.
Top on his list is driving a shared sense of purpose across a network operating in more than 150 countries with more than 220,000 people.
“All of Deloitte’s stakeholders – clients, colleagues and the communities in which we work – expect us to make an impact that matters for them,” said Renjen.
“That means we must commit to achieving clear leadership in critical areas through very focused priorities.”
Renjen framed a set of strategic priorities, including increasing investment to apply leading technology to serve clients across core businesses of audit, tax, consulting, enterprise risk and financial advisory services.
Other top priorities include setting the standard for quality around the world, employing “hyper collaboration” among the network’s member firms to deliver global capabilities tailored to local needs, and creating a distinct development experience to attract and inspire talent.