Greetings from a cold Davos! It’s a privilege to have the opportunity to mix with business and thought leaders from around the globe. The main Congress Center here is a swirl of constant activity, with delegates juggling meetings, presentations, media interviews, and chance encounters in the corridors. As always, from among the wide range of topics and issues, some key recurring themes and… Read More
Events and meetings are winding down here in Davos, with the town returning to normality and skiers heading back to the slopes. So it’s time to share a few overall observations from this year’s World Economic Forum annual meeting.
The media’s concerns about the economic outlook are not shared by business leaders to nearly the same extent.
Yes, China’s growth is slowing as… Read More
The Davos debate continues to focus on how our world is being fundamentally transformed by new technologies, tied to the theme of this year’s meeting “The Fourth Industrial Revolution.”
I participated in a panel today on how the skills and employment picture will change. Here are some of the highlights:
- We’re redefining how value is created and by whom.
- Capabilities will matter more than … Read More
At the meeting of company chairmen this year, the discussion shifted from last year’s “too big to fail” – concern about the financial sector – to “too big to change” – the need for greater agility and innovation in the face of disruptive technologies and business models.
Change is happening faster than we humans can incorporate into our daily behaviors, which has… Read More
This year’s World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos is getting into gear as business, political and NGO leaders assemble from around the world alongside policy makers, academics and – always! – the media.
The Davos theme for 2016 “Mastering the Fourth Industrial Revolution” addresses how new technologies are merging the physical, digital and biological worlds to impact individuals, organizations and societies,… Read More