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Humility, courage and cooperation - four members of the Forum of Young Global Leaders share key insights on leadership in a time of COVID-19.
Only 52% of people across the G7 group of wealthy countries would feel "very comfortable" with a woman as head of their government, according to research company Kantar.
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Young Global Leaders share their views on what traits will be needed to lead in the future of work, including a sense of purpose, inclusivity and empathy.
AI can't advance until governments take issues like data literacy, responsible procurement and careful investment seriously. Here are the factors governments should prioritize to ensure A...
Wharton management professor Mauro Guillen discusses his new book, '2030: How Today’s Biggest Trends Will Collide and Reshape the Future of Everything.'
It is critical that businesses re-evaluate their digital transformation, skills and sustainability strategies in the wake of the pandemic.
India is striving to balance innovation and regulation of artificial intelligence. Responsible #AIforAll will put ethical AI principles into practice.
Leaders must make difficult decisions during the coronavirus crisis. How can they be sure their choices are right and remain resilient at the same time?
Research looks at how female policymakers have been more effective at fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, including the speed in which they close their country's borders compared to their mal...
How companies can navigate the uncertainty of a post-COVID-19 world and turn unpredictability into resourceful innovation, opportunity and “smart luck”.
CEOs share many views on COVID's lessons so far, including how resilience management approaches need to be smarter at “sensing and responding”.
The key to exercising resilient leadership is the ability to energize our teams by looking outward, imagining a successful future and embracing trust to get us there.
The tools of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, from Big Data to AI, combined with the right leadership have helped many countries respond to COVID-19.
Coronavirus has shown us the skills leaders will are changing and must fit a new age of disruption.