Value of Data - Top Views from 30 Expert Discussions Around the World
Value of Data - Top Views from 30 Expert Discussions Around the World
A new infographic on the future of work highlighting some of the key shifts underway as well as the macro drivers of change for future skills, employment, organisation and policy
The learning process is being reinvented and there is a transformation of education economics and outcomes
¿Cómo se valorarán los datos en el futuro y cuáles son las implicaciones clave? ¿Qué significará esto para los negocios, para la sociedad y para las personas de todo el mundo?
The future of work is increasingly uncertain - we are in the midst of a major transformation
Insights on Energy Use and Future Ambitions in the Nordics
How, where and when will autonomous vehicles really have impact?
The idea of having a single digital identity is not only one whose time has come, it is one that is all but presumed to exist already. Although it doesn’t quite yet.
The Future of Energy – A Nordic Perspective: Insights from expert discussions in Finland And Norway
The Danish perspective on implications from the future of patient data - insights from discussions in Copenhagen
Insights for a future of energy workshop taking place on 27 Sept in Stavanger, Norway @nordicedgeexpo
Ahead of the final expert workshops in the 2018 future value of data project, this is an interim summary of key insights to date
The Accenture Health team sharing more insights building on the www.futureofpatientdata.org project
Ahead of our forthcoming emerging AV landscape project we have been talking to leading experts to identify some of the key unanswered issues.
After 16 expert discussions over the past 6 months we are sharing the interim summary of the top insights from each location including many across Africa and Asia
Very pleased that we will be running another major global open foresight programme in Q4 of this year focused on the emerging AV landscape. #autonomousvehicles #cities #AVs #automation #EV #mobility #transportation
From Alexa and Siri to the use of chatbots as part of customer service, conversational commerce is already present for many in our everyday lives.
The transition to #EV is underway and many organisations are getting involved. But what are the key issues for those looking to invest?
As digital transformation continues apace, the health and life insurance sectors are two that face periods of major transition.
After completing the first ten events in the future value of data programme, several important themes are already emerging – including ethics, ownership, literacy, security, sovereignty, marketplaces, capital, liability, taxation and government impact.
Some immigration insights from Future Agenda programmes unfortunately coming true
Over the next three weeks expert discussions on the Future Value of Data are taking place in Senegal, Cote d'Ivoire, Kenya and Nigeria
We are delighted to announce the launch of our most recent open foresight report which focuses on the Future of Patient Data
We are very pleased to share the full report from our Future of Philanthropy programme – now available on a dedicated site https://www.thefutureofphilanthropy.org
We are very pleased to be sharing some initial views in Singapore on the key topic of the future value of data.
After completion of the Future of Patient Data project we are delighted to announce a number of speeches to share the key insights.
We are pleased to confirm the schedule for the 2018 Future Value of Data project
We are pleased to announce a new global initiative for 2018 - the Future Value of Data
Four Extra Patient Data Events Confirmed for January 2018
After successfully running one third of our planned future of patient data workshops, we are already starting to see some key future themes emerging.
The promise of a digital dividend for Africa is an increasingly shared aspiration. What does this mean and how is it likely to play out?
Insights from initial discussions in Ecuador are kicking off a new Future Agenda deep dive into the #futureofbanking taking place during 2018
After months of planning we are delighted that the 2017 Future of Patient Data program has kicked off with an excellent event in Dubai.
We are very pleased to provide an update on the next in-depth Future Agenda project - a detailed exploration of the future of patient data.
The conclusion of the Future Agenda, Future of Philanthropy research phase takes place in Dubai on 24th Sept hosted by the MBRGI
This is the detailed synthesis of insights gained from multiple discussions around the world.
An updated view on the future of energy building on expert views gained from around the world
We are delighted to announce another major Future Agenda project for 2017 – exploring the potential for more patient centric data to transform healthcare.
Maybe it’s time to remind ourselves of the upside, recognising that, as we seek to better understand and innovate on future shifts, there are many reasons to be cheerful.
We are very pleased that the Future of High Impact Philanthropy project has already gained excellent momentum globally. This post shares extras insights already added to the programme and new workshop dates.
A new perspective on the future of high impact philanthropy - one of our key areas of focus for this year.
Future Risk: What are the key emerging global and corporate risks? Here is a view from multiple expert discussions #future #risk
New summary of latest insights gained from multiple discussions on future of cities Views for sharing / feedback
Topics seen by informed people around the world as most significant innovation opportunities for the next decade
As we reach the first anniversary of the completion of the 2015 Future Agenda research programme, we thought it would be useful to provide an update on how our findings are being put to practical use to shape strategy for the next decade.
We are very pleased to have contributed a chapter to a new book Smart Mobility – Connecting Everyone which has been led and edited by Barbara Flügge at SAP
We are delighted to announce that the latest book from the Future Agenda programme has just been published and is now widely available.
Following his recent appearance at the Global Innovation Summit in Dubai, Dr. Tim Jones, the programme director of Future Agenda, the world’s largest open foresight initiative, highlights the trends ripe for innovation.
Having recently completed deeper research into the changes on the horizon for surgery, we are now sharing more detail of the views gained so that others can add further comments.
A synthesis of insights gained from last years discussions around currency, data, privacy, trade, loyalty and the associated future shifts across finance, government, technology and society.
Six Key Challenges for the Next Decade has recut the core views of the shifts taking place over the next ten years into six groups and added extra commentary and insight
Given the urbanization macro trend, the growing importance of cities over countries and the challenges of developing livable, sustainable urban environments, we are looking at this topic in more depth.
A new initial view that brings together a number of different perspectives on the potential future of automotive data, the varied sources potential shifts within the sector as well as adjacent trends on data and connectivity.
What are the big issues for next decade? The World in 2025 shares all the insights from the Future Agenda programme.
How the digitisation of trade around the world will unlock future opportunity and change the global flow of goods, talent and finance while considering the impact on supply chain efficiency and international regulation.
In two weeks time we will be running another workshop at Singapore Management University. Following the success of a similar event in November, we are repeating the format but with some additional fresh insights from the new Future Agenda website.
As we move towards the launch of the new future agenda website, we are sharing some of the 1000 word summaries of all of the key cross topic / regional insights to have come out of last year’s 120 workshops.
Building on insights from last year’s multiple discussions on the future of health, we have a special event taking place in Frankfurt on March 8th – looking at the future of surgery.
The first of several Future Agenda articles has just been published in Vision Magazine in Dubai. Focused on how we may need teach students to be ready for the modern world, it is the front piece for a whole section on the future of education.
Last night our UK hosts for the Future of Health discussions very kindly held another event in London. Strategic North and the partners, Raise the Bar, had an evening reception where we shared some of the key insights from the Future of Health.