Author Archives: Susheel Koul

Susheel Koul: Do we want to be builders or victims of technology?

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Susheel-KoulAgainst my natural instincts, I decided to put my head down and focus predominantly on technology-related sessions. The morning was a bit overwhelming listening to a couple of professors who literally build robots over breakfast.

As the day progressed, I started feeling satisfied as we listened to technology practitioners – satisfied that our goal… Read More

Susheel Koul: Fitbit overtime, ‘wefie’ moments and my last takeaways from Davos

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Susheel-KoulThis being my first time at Davos, I arrived not knowing exactly what to expect. It was an eye-opening experience – the security systems, evening parties, protocols, choosing sessions, cold weather management with temperatures of around -18 degrees Celsius at times … My Fitbit watch had to work overtime – clocking an average… Read More

Susheel Koul: “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times”: Xi Jinping on globalisation

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Susheel-KoulThere was no doubt in Davos that the appearance of Chinese president Xi Jinping yesterday electrified the atmosphere. President Xi’s speech was an ardent defence of globalisation and free trade. I found myself nodding to much what he said, as he struck a reassuring note in this climate of uncertainty. Xi gave a… Read More