There were plenty of discussions about Britain and Brexit at Davos, especially with the appearance of Prime Minister Theresa May. Britain’s former Prime Minister David Cameron was also present, making a speech at a PwC dinner that struck a positive note.
What I’ve observed over the past few days is that… Read More
As a first time participant at Davos, I was naturally thrilled to see many of the top leaders and thinkers of our time in person. I attended a brilliant breakfast session hosted by CNN anchor Richard Quest and found myself chatting to Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Thomas Friedman. Mr Friedman has… Read More
Artificial intelligence (AI) is certainly a hot topic at this year’s Davos conference with numerous sessions and discussions exploring its implications for how we will all live and work in the near future. It would be easy to paint a gloomy picture of how many jobs will be lost… Read More
Two topics in which I’m involved with World Economic Forum here in Davos and throughout the year – corporate governance and gender parity – were both on the agenda yesterday in private working sessions. Later, I had an opportunity to discuss the key issue of the future of work as… Read More
All types of companies are embracing the data and analytics journey that JLL has been on for several years. I had a chance to hear about many examples first hand when I attended a breakfast panel meeting presented by McKinsey and Microsoft on cutting edge Artificial Intelligence and… Read More