The online conversation, insights and publishing trends from news and social media surrounding the 2020 Annual Meeting in Davos.
These are some of the best stories from Day Two of the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting 2020.
Corporate stakeholders increasingly demand strong ethics and social vision. How can leaders shape this trend?
Three areas of focus to upskill the world's growing population in the next five years.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution has changed leadership. Here's how leaders can thrive now.
Stakeholder capitalism is one of the key theme at the World Economic Forum's 50th annual conference in Davos. But what is it and how can it be incorporate it successfully and meaningfully...
Climate change, social inequity and technological disruption are some of the main reasons that we need responsible, collaborative action from global leaders.
We can harness the Fourth Industrial Revolution for sustainable development and a more inclusive society. But industries need to spearhead new systems for learning and using next-generati...
Our inability to make the changes necessary to safeguard our planet is symptomatic of a deeper, spiritual crisis - which is why our leaders must reconsider their relationship with nature.
Be curious, listen to others and find your purpose.
For both employers and employees, understanding how to jettison past methods can be as important as learning new skills.
From navigating relationships to healthy work and life rhythms, being a good leader isn't easy. Adam Grant, organizational psychologist at Wharton, selects 20 books to help.
In a more complex world, leaders must adopt a higher-order perspective to deliver the outcomes users demand and impact for their organization.
In the 2020s, all businesses will need to reinvent themselves for sustained success in the newly competitive environment.
From banning single-use plastic overnight to making AI empathetic, can we act more boldly to create a better future for the planet?