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Geopolitics

What's Changing? - Geopolitics

Geopolitics

 

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July 2018

  • In many countries, noted GZEROMedia, historical divisions between right and left have given way to a new distinction between mainstream and populist voters—those who either trust or distrust ruling elites. As voters’ ideologies have shifted, new parties have emerged to channel their interests and discontents, often leading to unexpected election results and unstable governments. 

What's Changing? - Megatrends

Global Change

 

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June 2018

  • EY released its latest report on megatrends shaping 2018 and beyond “What’s after What’s next – the upside of disruption”. The report looks at disruption through a framework that highlights four distinct kinds of change: primary forces, megatrends, future working worlds and weak signals. These elements occur at different times, and with different levels of uncertainty and scales of impact. Most meaningfully for corporate decision-makers, they demand different kinds of responses.