Agenda 2018: Videos
In an increasingly fragmented world, traditional sources of knowledge and innovation are no longer enough. Professor Celia de Anca, Director of the Diversity Center at IE Business School, explains why cognitive diversity – different ideas, perceptions and knowledge – will be a key driver for the fourth industrial revolution.
Live from Davos, Haiyan Wang, Managing Partner of the China India Institute and co-author of The Quest for Global Dominance and Getting China and India Right, provides some takeaways following a round table discussion on China.
Live from the World Economic Forum at Davos 2018, Professor Anil Gupta, co-author of The Quest for Global Dominance and Getting China and India Right, provides his thoughts on the Fake News Versus Real Politics debate.
Margarita Mayo, Professor of Leadership at IE Business School and author of Yours Truly (published Feb 2018) explains why our world needs authentic leadership more than ever before, and outlines her Yours Truly Manifesto.
Live from the World Economic Forum at Davos 2018, Professor Anil Gupta, co-author of The Quest for Global Dominance and Getting China and India Right, reflects on the highlights from the open plenary address delivered by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
In this series of short videos filmed for Agenda 2018, five leading thinkers from London Business School identify some important issues for the year ahead, consider threats and opportunities, provide some advice for business leaders, and contemplate the impact of technological change on organizations.
Tying in with the World Economic Forum’s Industry and Business Agenda and Future Agenda, we asked a number of thinkers about the impact of new technologies such as AI. What skills will organisations need to thrive and how can they best leverage AI to their advantage? How will AI impact business decision making?
As part of framing and understanding the agenda for organizations in 2018 for this Brightline sponsored Agenda 2018 initiative, we asked a number of thinkers about the issues they believed were important in the year ahead and that business leaders should be discussing at Davos.