Why productivity tracking should be your 2020 resolution: Business Extra podcast
Also in this episode: new phase of US-China standoff and what comes after COP25
In this week's podcast, host Kelsey Warner is joined by John Garvey, the global financial services industry leader at PwC. They discuss a new phase of the US-China tariff war and an underwhelming end to the United Nations' climate change summit, COP25. Are signs of action from the private sector cause for optimism?
Also discussed: the future of work in the financial services industry and why productivity tracking is a game-changer.
In this episode:
US-China 'Phase One' deal (0m 27m)
Why COP25 dragged on for two extra days (5m 50s)
The private sector's role in climate change action (7m 58s)
John Garvey on the case for productivity and financial services' 'lost decade' (14m 10s)
- Oil rallies as US-China agree 'phase one' trade deal
- 2020 predictions: from oil at $85 to a Trump election win
- Sun could be Middle East’s biggest export by 2030, says Bill Gates-backed company founder
- Madrid climate talks 'disappointing' says UN chief Antonio Guterres
Updated: December 18, 2019 09:32 AM