A Future Agenda Update – One Year On

Thursday 3rd November 2016

As we reach the first anniversary of the completion of the 2015 Future Agenda research programme, we thought it would be useful provide an update on how our findings are being put to practical use to shape strategy for the next decade.

A Future Agenda Update – One Year On

As many know Future Agenda set out to identify the key issues facing society over the next decade covering issues as varied as the future of data, health, transport and cities. To do this we began with an initial point of view written by an expert in each field and then held workshops with others so that we could refine ideas and tease out insights. In all 120 workshops were held in over 30 countries and 3500 informed individuals were actively consulted. A further 80,000 added their point of view online.

This Linked-In update covers four areas.

  1. How Future Agenda is Being Used
  2. Sharing of the Core Content
  3. Developing New Insights
  4. Moving Forwards

Recent News

Interim Insights – Future of Patient Data

Sun 12th Nov 2017

After successfully running one third of our planned future of patient data workshops, we are already starting to see some key future themes emerging.

Africa 4.0

Sat 7th Oct 2017

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?

Future of Banking

Tue 3rd Oct 2017

Insights from initial discussions in Ecuador are kicking off a new Future Agenda deep dive into the #futureofbanking taking place during 2018

Future of Patient Data Program Underway

Fri 29th Sep 2017

After months of planning we are delighted that the 2017 Future of Patient Data program has kicked off with an excellent event in Dubai.

Future of Patient Data - Confirmed Events and Hosts

Fri 15th Sep 2017

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.

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