As organizations continue to adopt digital immersion and AI, the world will become increasingly difficult to navigate. How will we differentiate between what is real and what is simply a product of our digital interactions?
The food & beverage industry has been disrupted by changing eating habits during the pandemic. Will the trends be reversed or will the changes endure?
Which skills will be most important for living in the future and how should we mitigate for the growing skills gap?
How will design influence the future and how might the future be different for you?
What will be the differences between Donald Trump’s time in office and Joe Biden’s?
Can China reduce its emissions by 60% in the next 20 years with electrification, renewables, green hydrogen and carbon removal technologies?
By 2022, an estimated 60% of global GDP will be digitised. But watch out, cybercrime damages could cost businesses more than $5 trillion annually within 5 years.
Even before the Covid-19 crisis, the world was off-track in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Can it get back on track to achieve them by 2030?
How should we respond to one of history's fastest periods of extinction?
How do we convert this virus crisis into an opportunity to become more resilient to widespread health shocks?
Climate change, technological advances and unprecedented levels of inequality could mean that global disruption becomes a norm in the coming decades.
The UN projects a 20-30% decline in international tourist arrivals in 2020. This could put up to 50 million jobs at risk, with Asia likely to be the most affected continent. But will the good old days of tourism and travel return next year?
The social and economic toll is great, but there could be a silver lining: Billions of minds around the world are being forced to think differently, paving the way for new solutions to major global problems. Read on to discover how.
How can AI be used responsibility to secure cyberspace, and what policies and regulations need to be developed to manage and mitigate the potential threats?
Will we see an increased demand from boards of companies (listed and non-listed) to use good risk management to help them plot a path forward for a purposeful and sustainable strategy?
As CEOs, investors and policy makers spend time with their families at home while considering our future, is now the time when long-term, sustainable decision-making will finally trump all else?
Failure of climate change mitigation could lead to greater human life and economic losses over the coming decades. But, this year CO2 emissions could fall by the largest amount since WWII as the coronavirus outbreak brings economies to a virtual s...