The pandemic has changed people's attitude towards their employers. This requires a different kind of leadership, drawing on sociology and systems thinking
These public sector leaders, honoured recently as the Agile 50, have pioneered novel approaches to governance to successfully navigate digital transformation.
Experts, including members of the Global Future Council, share views on how governance can ensure emerging tech unlocks growth opportunities and serves society as a whole.
Companies with robust governance and a responsible business approach are likely to dominate their sectors after this recession.
Business and policymakers must start discussing AI to provide clear ethical frameworks and ensure they are embedded in the tech we use on a daily basis.
Risk management used to be something that appeared in annual assessments – but it must become more agile and robust if businesses are to thrive in a challenging future.
Watch this discussion to hear how governments are reimagining how emerging technologies should be governed and how businesses can contribute.
A blockchain network needs clear dispute resolution protocols and a spectrum of options is available. This paper explores forward-looking practical options for different dispute resolut...
Satisfaction with democracy is falling fastest in 18 to 34-year-olds around the world, driven by inequality between the generations, according to a new report from Cambridge University’s ...
The awards recognize organizations with the potential to create long-term change through action on sustainability, digital disruption and agile governance.
As Americans cast their votes in the 2020 Presidential Election, a graphic, by the MIT Election Data and Science Lab, shows U.S. presidential voting history by state since 1976.
The U.S. electorate can change with millions of Americans turning 18, immigrants becoming naturalized citizens and longer-term shifts in the country’s racial and ethnic makeup.
Right-wing terrorism is rising, with recent terrorist attacks in New Zealand, Germany and Norway as indicators of this trend.
Agile governance of technology must strike a balance between encouraging innovation and protecting rights. Keeping human beings in mind is the best way to do .