July 20, 2018

Navigating a New World Order

Debbie Fiddyment Comments are off
“Now our struggle is for genuine equality, which means economic equality. What does it profit a man to have a seat at the lunch counter if he cannot afford the cup of coffee?” – Martin Luther King, Jr. Final Speech, April 3, 1968, Memphis, TN 21st Century disruption continues to accelerate across all segments of society. We are now fully immersed in the digital age, where results are variable and trends are moving so fast
The world in 2050. A journey around the world in 18 stops Philippe Bourguignon – Hope Global Forum – March 2018  Once more you are going to have to bear with my French accent. As Jean Jaures, a politician from my home country once said: “If we want the ideal, you must first begin by understanding the real” What is the world telling us? I have been part of a think tank for a few

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