Denmark's Minister of Employment explains how we can reskill 1 billion workers in five years.
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...
Businesses can make capitalism work for everyone by incorporating basic human decency, says Mastercard's CEO Ajay Banga.
Highly engaged employees are much less likely to struggle with mental health - teamworking, workplace culture and prevention are critical.
From open markets with competitive companies to effective government and an expansive welfare state, Nordic countries set an example for all the world, writes Børge Brende.
By making the production chain transparent, from farmer to consumer, this Ecuadorian initiative could be a game-changer for smallholders.
Organizations looking to embed sustainability into their business should learn lessons from the digital shift and seek out leaders with new skills.
Innovation means closing the gap between theory and practice to unleash the power of tech for good.
Technology can detect eye problems in babies or summon a cab in seconds - but what happens to those who lack connectivity or digital skills?
A look back at key moments in the timeline of the World Economic Forum to coincide with the 50th Davos meeting.
With a growing number of national task forces, this Forum initiative is working with public and private partners to help close the gender gap faster. The programme’s Elselot Hasselaar tel...
Four years ago, this 20-year-old fled Damascus. Now, she’s following her dream of becoming a pilot and speaking out on refugee rights.
Through the use of community health connectors, Frome was able to reduce emergency hospital admissions by 14% over three years.
The landless Oraon minority of northwest Bangladesh have traditionally earned a living labouring in local paddy fields, but are struggling as that work dries up due to water shortages.
The challenge that all new technologies pose is not that they create too few jobs, but rather that too few workers have the skills to fill them.