We actively monitor change covering more than 150 key elements of life.
Please see below selected societal and organisational governance-related change.
- The COVID-19 pandemic illustrated the urgent need for change in the structures and mechanisms of international cooperation. This led to the release of a major synthesis paper -Reflections on building more inclusive global governance - as part of the Inclusive Governance Initiative, which was launched in 2020 to mark Chatham House’s centenary.
Please see below selected recent innovation-related change.
Please see below selected recent intelligence about talent.
Please see below significant recent changes across the 100+ topics that we monitor (the most recently updated topics are at the top) and contact us for help in dealing with change.
So come, my friends, be not afraid.
We are so lightly here.
It is in love that we are made;
In love we disappear
Please see below selected recent risk-related change.
- Information technology has made us more resilient in the face of organic viruses, but it has also made us far more vulnerable to malware and cyber warfare, warned Yuval Noah Harari. People often ask: “What’s the next Covid?” An attack on our digital infrastructure is a leading candidate. It took several months for coronavirus to spread through the world and infect millions of people. Our digital infrastructure might collapse in a single day.