The Age of Transformation centres on the world’s transition into a new economic environment and the accompanying trends contributing to a more sustainable and inclusive world. But what happens when these trends appear to collide with the end goals?
As 2021 draws to a close there are many reasons for investors to feel anxious. Increased chatter about stagflation has underlined uncertainty over the macroeconomic backdrop and the outlook for monetary policy.
The food industry is poised for disruption. As with other disruptive trends, technology is a key driver of this potential change thanks to rapid developments in alternative proteins or plant-based foods.
The volume of discussion about climate change has amplified over the past year, as the pandemic created greater awareness and acceptance that urgent action is needed.
Building back better is a term frequently used to underpin efforts to boost the global economic recovery and return society back to normal once the pandemic finally shows signs of being under control.
In the last year, most of the white-collar, professional world has become used to remote working. Professionals are now familiar with video-conferencing solutions, and the technical hitches or comic on-camera incidents these often entail.
In the last twelve months, the pharmaceutical industry’s lightening response to the Covid-19 pandemic, with the production of effective vaccines, has demonstrated the brilliance of science and helped the sector shake-off a poor profile.
The political shift in the US is expected to impact American and global futures in countless ways.
From correcting inefficiencies to making room for innovation, every healthcare system experiences continuous change – especially during a pandemic.
The Great Instability is the label we chose last year to describe the fragility of modern society.