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FUTURE AGENDA | Evolving Challenges

 Dan Buettner, Fellow at National Geographic, takes the audience on a journey in discovering happiness zones around the world during the World Government Summit 2017. Accodring to Arturo Bris, Professor of Finance at IMD and director the IMD World Competitiveness Center, the modern concept...
Pamela Slim explores where we can find career security in a world pulsing with external chaos. She shares experiences from her two decades working as a career coach, and provides hope and optimism for our ability to create powerful,...
Creating a Culture of Flexibility As employers increasingly focus on results rather than time spent at the office, workplace flexibility is replacing the one-size-fits-all, 9-to-5 way of working. Family and personal concerns can be major sources of stress. In...
Over 2/3 of college-educated Millennials would tell a friend about the benefits and perks offered by their employer.   85% of college-educated Millennials would accept a job when student loan repayment is offered Companies that are forward-thinking, have an opportunity to increase...
  Meeting customer expectations  Today’s customers do not want digital versions of the same manual, bureaucratic processes they faced yesterday. They search, download, pay, and listen to music all in one go. Companies that want to win at digital adoption are therefore recognizing...
Customer in the Center Identify what’s most important to your customers. Seth Godin is right: You want to focus your energy on pleasing your truly rewarding customers. If it’s not clear exactly who they are, make sure you’re spending enough time on...
  Business Model Transformation It is time to rethink your business and operating models to sustain your organisation’s strategic vision, while capturing new growth opportunities, containing costs, improving efficiencies and overall business performance. Business model transformation goes beyond change, to reorganisation...
  Globalization offers business immense possibilities: bigger markets, more sources of innovation, and - in theory, at least - a wider, deeper pool of talent. That's the good news. However according to Professor Shlomo Ben-Hur, an organizational psychologist and a Professor of...
Joel Stein reports on new research from Code Computerlove that surveyed 1,000 U.K. consumers to find out what they really think about these trend predictions; things like voice search, virtual reality, and chat-bots. That data was then compared to what’s actually making the...
According to Professor Seán Meehan in seeking to “beat the odds” and enjoy success, we must understand why adapting is such a challenge and address this systematically. British Home Stores and Woolworths in the UK, Radio Shack and C&J Energy Services in...
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