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FUTURE AGENDA | Evolving Challenges

How close are you to a balanced neurochemistry is the degree to which you will experience peak performance Science is crystal clear about it: All behaviour has a corresponding chemical pattern in the brain Through your daily behaviors and the environments...
According to the World Economic Forum report New Vision for Education: Fostering Social and Emotional Learning Through Technology. There is a skill gap and a misalignment between the skills people learn and the cognitive skills people need in the...
Big data could soon allow us to shape public policy, financial products, healthcare and education to suit our personal needs. But it also introduces a new set of risks to society. Governance and legal issues related to technology breakthroughs  (liability, health...
  the digital future As well as being a preoccupation for individual businesses, business model innovation is also an issue for national economies. In spite of the emergence of new technologies, achieving sustainable growth and productivity remain major challenges. Being able...
  Boundaries between industries are eroding. The relationships among suppliers, producers, and consumers are also blurring,  more rapidly than many business decision makers are prepared for. Dr Chander Velu, head of the IfM’s Business Model Innovation research programme, contests why having digested...
Sociologist Joseph Cohen of Queens University is fond of saying that “America is a place where luxuries are cheap and necessities costly.” A recent chart from economist Mark Perry of the American Enterprise Institute, using data from the Bureau of...
It happens regularly all over the world and in every company. The CEO addresses his collaborators: “You are the most important resource at this company”. He believes it, and he is right. His collaborators listen politely but are skeptical. They...
  Neuroscience tells us that in culture transformations, we need to structure change by helping people understand what matters and how they need to behave. The old way is defunct.   According to Accenture research, the new way culture transformation has to be: ...
10 immutable laws of mistakes By Alan Norton Mistakes are an inevitable mystery. Why do we make them? Why do we repeat them?   But as Allan Norton explains, certain laws govern how we deal with them, learn from them, conceal them, and even profit...
  The debate in Davos was dominated by one issue: the surge in inequality. In the UK the gender pay gap still looms large – and as the Institute for Fiscal Studies revealed, there has been a four-fold increase in the...
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