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At Consulting, we aim to help solve our clients’ most complex issues and help them to lead in the markets where they operate. By delivering strategy and implementation, from both a business and technology view.

Erik Nanninga, our Business Leader Consulting, on value creation and the priorities for the upcoming year. 

How does Consulting create value?

Most of our clients are facing transformations in what we refer to as ‘Future of’ themes: Food, Mobility, Health, and Energy. We think along with clients about what this future could look like, and support them being successful within that, all the way from strategy to execution. By collaborating strongly within our business and Deloitte as a whole, we are an attractive one-stop-shop for clients. Sustainability plays an important role, not only in every transformation we partner in, but also in the core of our own business. For example, we contribute to NortH2, one of the largest green hydrogen projects, and other clients that support our 'Future of' agenda. 

‘Seeing our people and practice successfully develop and grow, is what makes me most excited. Our continued growth provides us with real scale, which gives us the opportunity to deepen our industry and technical expertise and support our clients to make an even bigger impact.’

- Erik Nanninga, Business Leader Consulting

What are your priorities for the coming year?

We want to create an even more purpose-led business and help clients accelerate their impact on society’s challenges. Strategy-led transformations on executive and boardroom level will be a top priority. We’ll engage our talent by offering impactful client work, a strong coaching and learning environment, and by continuous development of a diverse practice, amongst other in gender, nationality and sexual preference. Learning and development will also be high on the agenda, with the Deloitte University opening in Paris (see also page 138).