Business information was always considered top secret and classified. For your eyes only. The provenance of an asset – such as a luxury item, a bottle of wine, or any object, really – was locked away in many different filing cabinets down the supply chain.
The 50th Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, this January, made headlines for its focus on climate change, the emergence of a new generation of leaders and the increasing volume of young and female voices.
Reflecting on the World Economic Forum’s recent Sustainable Development Impact Summit in New York, here are some myths that were squashed in discussions. Digital disruption often conjures up images of futuristic cities, talking fridges, robots and autonomous vehicles. The reality is much less sci-fi. Many of the biggest environmental gains can come fro
People often think of technology advances as disruption. Yet, they’re only disruptive to the people who are most comfortable with the status quo. I prefer to see them as co-evolution and liberalization. After all, what’s disruptive about helping small businesses to access fair rates of finance, access to fairer supply chain suppliers, or ensuring that [&