Illuminate what's possible. Hello, tomorrow.
As organizations adapt to a new world, they’ll need to rely upon their most curious, creative minds to plan for the complexities of the transition. Leaders must respond to today’s new realities while preparing for tomorrow’s unpredictable shifts. Organizations that look forward, understand the scope of the changes underway, and put forth a bold response will be able to build a more sustainable and resilient future. Learn more about reconfiguring for a remade world: Hello, tomorrow
The pandemic has highlighted a series of paradoxes inherent to the work of leaders. What comes next will depend on how well they face up to them.
Four groups of people are most at risk from the pandemic’s economic effects, and each will have to chart a new course to achieve success.
Facing the challenges of the post-COVID-19 landscape.
The speed of technological change requires new thinking about how institutions and businesses deliver on trust.
Today’s toughest global challenges are unintended consequences of yesterday’s success. If our prevailing institutions can’t adapt, they could lose the right to lead.
COVID-19 and Brexit brought greater care, creativity and innovation to the fore.
The AI performance gap widened during the COVID-19 crisis. How do you measure up?
Vulnerability is a necessity if we want to lead effectively.
Have our institutions become too complex to secure?
Economic stimulus plans that support clean energy and decarbonization through innovative partnerships will create new models for sustainable growth.
The continent’s track record of innovation and collaborative research, and its zeal to transform traditional industries, augur well for the future.
Tax reform may well be top of government agendas to help cope with COVID-19 spending, but every move could require trade-offs.
Many factors are disrupting the equilibrium multinationals have enjoyed for decades. In response, organizations must adapt both their strategies and their tactics.
We need wholly new approaches to rebuilding trust and recoupling social and economic progress. Here are three priorities for leaders to consider.
And what it will look like on the ground.
Dynamic investors are well-situated to bring their capabilities to bear on issues like decarbonization.
Why 2021 will be a pivotal moment for leaders as they connect in new ways with their employees and society.
The post-COVID imperative requires much better ESG reporting and disclosure. CEOs and their executive teams should focus on five short-term priorities.
Companies must keep the constructive elements of fast decision-making developed during the pandemic.
The solutions to the world’s most urgent challenges are within reach, but we only have ten years.
The greatest challenge leaders face is managing a successful organization today and simultaneously adapting that organization for the future.
A framework for analyzing critical challenges facing the world today and their implications.