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Enabling Frontline Women to Thrive: Catalyst and Accenture Reveal Crucial Workplace Improvements 01/08/2024

Embracing empathic management, flexible scheduling, and growth opportunities is the key to attracting and retaining talented women on the frontline. Read more via WWD's article on how we are working with Catalyst to put empowerment in action:

Enabling Frontline Women to Thrive: Catalyst and Accenture Reveal Crucial Workplace Improvements Report underscores the need for empathic management, flexible scheduling and clear growth opportunities to attract and retain women in frontline roles.

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2024 is going to bring a lot of big changes. How can your organization stay relevant?

Our report has all the data and recommendations you need to keep growth on track. Read more here: https://accntu.re/47s7tNU

Accenture launches generative AI studios for enterprises 12/28/2023

We're launching our new Generative AI Studios, a groundbreaking initiative set to reshape the future of technology. 🌐✨ With innovation centers in Chicago, Houston, NY, SF, Toronto, and D.C., we're helping our clients move from interest to action to value.

Accenture launches generative AI studios for enterprises The IT services and consulting firm will initially stand up innovation centers in six metropolitan areas in North America.

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We’re rising to new challenges and celebrating our journey to the mountain tops with our team, clients and partners at our Mountain View office in Silicon Valley 🙌 🏞️

12/21/2023

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Thank you to The Wall Street Journal and the Drucker Institute for naming us to the list of the Best-Managed Companies for the 7th year in a row. See how we create 360° value. https://accntu.re/3GREqIR

12/19/2023

Want to know more about the impact of on business? 🚀 In this virtual conversation, our North America CEO, Manish Sharma shares, "AI adoption, when approached strategically, empowers us to perform better in our roles, elevating quality and efficiency." Axios

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12/18/2023

As we highlight our Native American diversity and consider what the future holds for Indigenous people across Turtle Island, Logan From, who is based in our Washington, D.C. office shared his story. Logan is a member of the Little River Band of Ottawa Indians.

The Little River Band's original language Anishinaabemowin, an Algonquian language, is designated as "critically endangered" by the 2010 Atlas of the World's Languages in Danger of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). Few elders and other members can still speak the full language. Every year in July, a language camp is held, in which tribal members attend and speak Anishinaabemowin as the primary language in order to preserve the language and teach it to future generations.

📷 Photo description: A photo of a person wearing a blue hat in front of a background of green and brown mossy hills. The person is smiling and is wearing a black jacket. Text on the image says Native Voices: Then, now and next. Swipe to learn about our cultural legacy.

The second image has a purple gradient background. The text on the image says The Little River Band's Anishinaabemowin, an Algonquian language, is critically endangered according to UNESCO's 2010 Atlas. With few fluent speakers remaining, the tribe holds an annual language camp in July to preserve and teach Anishinaabemowin to future https://accntu.re/3Nnvcb9 we highlight our Native American diversity and consider what the future holds for Indigenous people across Turtle Island, Logan From, who is based in our Washington, D.C. office shared his story. Logan is a member of the Little River Band of Ottawa Indians.

12/15/2023

We love to help in our communities! More than 2,200 of our Metro Washington, D.C. team members participated in our 16th Annual Day of Service, contributing thousands of hours of service – in just 1️⃣ day! Swipe ➡️ to see some of the ways our teams made an impact 👏💜

12/14/2023

Our world takes great care of us, so let’s do the same in return.🌍💜
Link in bio to learn more about the Accenture Sustainability Innovation Challenge and how our people are creating solutions to issues around the world.
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12/12/2023

We’re ! Give us a 💜 if you love our purple light up in recognition of International Day of Persons with Disabilities.

With over a billion people living with a disability; we have the responsibility to create the most accessible and inclusive workplace where everyone can thrive. Disability inclusion = innovation. That’s why we strive to make Accenture the most accessible place to work.

Swipe to see our North America offices and accessibility centers in Atlanta, Austin, Calgary, Houston, Indianapolis, Michigan, Minneapolis, New York, San Francisco and Toronto. Discover more: https://accntu.re/3TmNZXH

12/11/2023

The #1 reason to get our app? We can help you stay ahead of change with the Accenture Foresight app. 📲

If you’re looking to drive growth for your whole enterprise, optimizing is key. We can show you how. Download now for :

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12/09/2023

In honor of , we’re examining how Generative AI is not only changing the way we work, but putting a new spin on the way we experience music. 🎶 🎧 Turn your sound on to discover more. 🎧
Listen to our Built for Change podcast: https://accntu.re/46URhEK

12/08/2023

Congratulations to all the fearless leaders on the 2023 Forbes World's Most Powerful Women list. Thank you to our own Julie Sweet for inspiring us and bringing positive change to our clients, our people and our communities. 👏

12/07/2023

As we focus our shared history, where we stand today, and what the future holds for Indigenous people across Turtle Island, Cheyenne Gray from our Oklahoma City shares this story of the Mvskoke People.

MVSKOKVLKE (The Mvskoke People) celebrate the new year in the summertime. It is called POSKETV, which translates to English as “to fast.” During this time, we dance and celebrate the new year with family and friends for four days. We make traditional foods like OSAFKE (corn drink), PVRKO AFKE (grape dumplings), and various VCE (corn). We also eat modern foods like fried chicken, salads, and pasta. There are many MVSKOKE ceremonial grounds with their own specific celebrations. This is the way my ground celebrates.

📷 Photo description: A photo of a woman with braids. The woman is smiling and is wearing a flowered skirt and a gray t-shirt that says Only You. Text on the image says Native Voices: Then, now and next. Swipe to learn about our cultural legacy.

The second image has a purple gradient background. The text on the image says The Mvskoke People mark the new year, Posketv, in summer with a four-day celebration of dancing, family gatherings, and feasts. Each ceremonial ground has its own unique ways of observing this occasion.

12/06/2023

A great place to work takes all of us. Thank you to our people everywhere who helped us jump to #10 on the World's Best Workplaces™ list. https://accntu.re/47ie5zt
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We believe change starts with us—serving our local communities and driving change that has global impact. 🌎👏
Swipe to see how our people make a difference and get involved in volunteering.

How will you create change? Let us know in the comments 👇

12/04/2023

Did you know supercharges productivity and growth for business? Discover the many benefits in our new report with Disability:IN and American Association of People with Disabilities: https://accntu.re/40WIhO0

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Frame 1: Disability inclusion champions realize 1.6x more revenue
Frame 2: 2.6x more net income
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Frame 4: Learn how to make it happen in our report.

12/01/2023

This International Day of Persons with Disabilities we’re shining a light on how we can become better allies and make our work more accessible. Learn how: https://accntu.re/4adiupc

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11/30/2023

🚨 Don't let your data howl for help! 🐾📱 This , let's paws for a moment to appreciate the importance of data backup. 🛡️ Did you know that data loss can strike when you least expect it? Safeguard your files and memories by regularly backing up your data. It's your digital insurance policy!💻

Accenture US 11/29/2023

For its 19th year, Accenture’s Native American employee resource group is awarding scholarships to students pursuing degrees in technology and/or business. ERG members also mentor these students and invite them to participate in ERG programs. Thanks to all involved for creating access that helps students take their unique cultures into classrooms, careers and communities.

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Building resiliency in engineering, supply, and production | Accenture​ 11/28/2023

Unforeseen challenges can have a staggering impact across , , and . Here's how businesses can strengthen resiliency to navigate the unexpected:

Building resiliency in engineering, supply, and production | Accenture​ Accenture research outlines how businesses can improve engineering, supply & production resiliency through new digital tools & technologies. Read more.​

11/27/2023

In celebration of , Ray Magness from our San Diego office shares some history and facts about his tribe’s language. Ray is a member of the Cherokee Nation.

The invention of the Cherokee syllabary was a transformative advancement for the Cherokee Nation. Crafted by Sequoyah, it enabled Cherokees to read and write in their own language, promoting a robust culture of literacy. By the 1850s, the Cherokee Nation achieved a literacy rate of nearly 100%, surpassing the literacy rates of the surrounding European-American communities.

📷 Photo description: A photo of a man with gray hair. The man is smiling and wearing a blue shirt. Text on the image says Native Voices: Then, now and next. Swipe and delve into the vibrant tales shaping our cultural legacy.

The second image has a purple gradient background. The text on the image says The Cherokee syllabary revolutionized literacy in the Cherokee Nation, enabling them to read and write in their language. By the 1850s, their literacy rate nearly reached 100%, exceeding that of nearby European-American communities.

Holiday Shopping Trends 2023 | Accenture 11/24/2023

Creative pragmatism is on the rise this holiday season. What does that mean for shopping?
Find out how consumers are making their festive budgets work: https://accntu.re/3QUAf3D

Which 2023 holiday shopping trend do you think we will continue to see for years to come? Reply with 🔌, ♻️, 🛠️ or ❌ to vote for your favorite trend!

1. Spending less on decorations 🔌
2. Buying secondhand items ♻️
3. Homemade gifts 🛠️
4. Agreeing not to exchange presents at all ❌

Holiday Shopping Trends 2023 | Accenture Accenture's 17th Annual Holiday Shopping Survey reveals the consumer trends of 2023 shaping this year's holiday shopping and gifting trends. Read more.

11/21/2023

Thanks to our people for helping us be one of Interbrand's 100 Best Global Brands. Every day, around the world, our people build the Accenture brand by helping our clients be the next best version of themselves—and we have fun while doing it. https://accntu.re/3un3ODf

11/20/2023

As we celebrate our ancestral heritage and traditions, meet Ashley Quam, who is based out of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Ashley is a member of Zuni Pueblo, the largest of the 19 New Mexico Pueblos.

They are known as A:shiwi which interprets to “the Zuni people”. Roughly 80% of their workforce is involved with making art which includes jewelry, carvings, paintings, pottery and other items.

They are notably known for their yearly Shalako ceremony. After the fall harvest, close to the winter solstice, as the year transitions from old to new, the Shalako ceremony takes place. It includes dances, prayers, remembrance of ancestors, and blessings.
Another ceremony that coincides with the winter solstice for the A:shiwi is the summer solstice, known to Ashley’s Pueblo as the “Rain Dances”, which also occurs annually.


📷 Photo description: A photo of a beach with a large rock in the background (Haystack Rock, in Cannon Beach, OR). In the foreground, a smiling woman in a pink sweater and black jacket is wearing glasses. There are other people on the beach in the background. Text on the image says Native Voices: Then, now and next. Swipe and delve into the vibrant tales shaping our cultural legacy.
The second image has a purple gradient background. The text on the image says Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico's largest of 19 Pueblos and home to the A:shiwi (Zuni people), is renowned for its artistry and the annual Shalako ceremony in winter. The community also observes the Summer solstice with traditional 'Rain Dances'.

11/13/2023

It’s National Apprenticeship Week and we’re celebrating all the rising stars who are shaping the way to a brighter future. 🌟

Since the launch of our North America Apprenticeship program in 2016, we’ve been bridging talent gaps and reshaping talent development. Our apprentices bring a unique perspective to their roles as they create pathways for innovation and continued career growth.

But that’s not all – learn how we're using our apprenticeship journey and practices to help other companies jumpstart their own program. Leading with change – together. 💜 https://accntu.re/3FUeQCG

11/10/2023

Today and every day, we are grateful for Veterans across the United States and Canada. They teach us leadership, teamwork, and adaptability every single day. Learn more about our commitment to hiring military Veterans. https://accntu.re/47cF5Ao

Accenture US 11/08/2023

Our 2023 Asian Pacific American Leadership Summit was filled with empowerment and change ✨

We cultivated a space where everyone felt recognized, empowered to thrive, and took time to pause and reclaim our roots, nurture our passions, and reframe our approach to success.

Takeaway Topics from the Event:
🌟 Ikigai: Aligning your strengths, values & mission
👐 Diversity as a catalyst for innovation
💭 Mental Wellness

Our community and allies came together across 22 different locations for this inspirational day of keynote speakers, workshops, panels, and breakout sessions. We discussed strategies for success, practical career tips, building engaged peer networks, leadership advice, mentorship and allyship opportunities, and more.💜

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Accenture US 11/06/2023

This , we celebrate our First Americans, First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples across North America—often referred to as Turtle Island by many peoples. Learn about 3 inclusive terms you can use to make sure everyone feels seen, respected and included!

📷 Image description: First image shows a smiling Native American person with braids is wearing a denim jacket. The text in the photo says Learning about inclusive terminology: Native American Heritage Month.
The second image show three Native American women with a blanket looking toward the sunrise. The text says Instead of saying "pow wow," say meeting or touchpoint. Pow wows are sacred social gatherings conducted under strict protocol. Using the phrase to refer to a business meeting diminishes the spiritual and cultural significance of the pow wow.
On the third image, the text says Instead of saying "hold down the fort," say handle things (while I'm away) or take care of things. This phrase historically meant guarding against what settlers perceived as "savage" Native American tribes.
The fourth image shows a Native American woman and her young child bundled up in a fur. The text says Instead of saying "low man on the totem pole," say hierarchy or move up the ladder/chain of command. Totem poles are sacred items and represent familial legends, clan lineage or notable events. Sometime being lower on the totem pole is more of an honor than being on top.

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