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On May 16, 2012 the World Economic Forum is publishing the report « Rethinking Personal Data: Strengthening Trust ». In this podcast we discuss the importance and perceived perils of access to personal data with William Hoffman, Associate Director of the Telecommunications Industry at the Forum. Alan Marcus, Senior Director and Head of Information …
 
This week’s podcast is dedicated to the World Economic Forum on Africa, which will take place in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on 9-11 May. In the past 10 years, Africa has been home to six of the world’s ten fastest growing economies. There are still challenges on the continent but there is also tremendous opportunity which the world is harnessing.We spe…
 
In this week’s podcast, we hear from Adrian Monck, Managing Director, Communications, at the World Economic Forum. Following the success of a blog post by Professor Klaus Schwab on the future of capitalism published this week in the Huffington Post, Adrian clears up some of the misconceptions about the World Economic Forum. Sharan Burrow, General S…
 
Today’s programme focuses on the Global Information Technology Report. One of its authors, Soumitra Dutta, Professor of Business and Technology at Insead, explains the methodology and shares his insights. Bill Davidson, the Vice-President at Qualcomm, and Per-Ola Karlsson, the Managing Director, Europe, for Booz & Company, bring their expert views …
 
This week the world’s attention will be on New Delhi, which is hosting the fourth BRICS Summit on 29 March. In this month’s Global Agenda Council Spotlight, we speak with some of our partners who share their views on the role of BRICS countries and their hopes for the meeting. The podcast also highlights the release of the World Economic Forum’s Lo…
 
This week’s podcast looks at manufacturing, with John Moavenzadeh, the Senior Director and Head of Mobility Industries, giving us his insights on where global manufacturing is going. The future of mobile learning was prominent on the agenda at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last month. William Hoffman, the Associate Director for the Telecom…
 
In this special edition of our podcast "Inside the World Economic Forum" we focus on International Women's day and the issue of gender parity across the globe. The World Economic Forum with the support of our strategic partner Ernst & Young has launched an online tool for companies to accelerate their progress in closing gender gaps.…
 
The energy sector has a major role to play in global economic growth and recovery, with its indirect contributions outweighing its already considerable direct effects.Pawel Konzal, Associate Director and Head of Oil and Gas Industries, and Roberto Bocca, Senior Director and Head of Energy Industries at the Forum, discuss the report, Energy for Econ…
 
What if? This is the hypothetical question most of us have asked ourselves at one time or another. In today’s podcast we ask experts in their field for their “What if” Scenario.In an interdependent, fast-moving world we are increasingly confronted by risks that are complex in nature and global in consequence. From cyber terrorism to a super-volcano…
 
The world’s population continues to grow and, with it, the demand for more energy. Debates on fulfilling the demand have been ongoing for years. With climate change a growing problem, the types of energies needed are at the top of national agendas.This week’s podcast is dedicated to the future of renewable energies, the role of nuclear energy and h…
 
We are back from our Annual Meeting in Davos. Discussions on the future of capitalism and the Eurozone along with the big name participants dominated media headlines. But what many did not cover is what went on behind the scenes, and the participants who may not have such big names, but are doing big things.Today’s podcast is dedicated to some of t…
 
In our final podcast on location, we share last insights from the hallways of the Congress Centre in Davos. We also discuss the future of energy with Bob Eliott, a professor at the University of British Columbia, and the future of business and social responsibility with Martin Burt, chief executive officer and founder of Fundación Paraguay.…
 
Food security, responsible leadership, the Eurozone crisis and the Arab Spring are just a few topics being discussed in Davos this year. We roamed the packed Congress Centre, capturing some insights from this year’s Annual Meeting. Lynda Gratton, a professor at the London Business School, enlightens us on the qualities of a good leader, and José Ig…
 
It’s that time of the year again when thousands of business people, government representatives, members of civil society, science and faith congregate in the mountain town of Davos, Switzerland, for the World Economic Annual Meeting 2012.The Great Transformation: Shaping New Models is the theme of this year’s meeting, and we caught up with Muhammad…
 
With just a few days to go before the beginning of the 42nd World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos-Klosters, this week’s podcast is dedicated to our theme: The Great Transformation: Shaping New Models. World Economic Forum Founder and Chairman Klaus Schwab shares with us his vision for this year’s Meeting. We also hear from three of our Co-Ch…
 
What is keeping the world’s risk experts awake at night? The World Economic Forum interviewed hundreds of them to understand how they see the new world of risk, how these risks are interconnected, and how they impact each other and our lives. Cyberattacks, pandemic disease and global economic collapse are just a few of the nightmares identified. Le…
 
Lee Howell, Head of Programming, talks us through how the Davos agenda comes together over the months prior to the Annual Meeting, and Martina Gmur, Head of the Network of Global Agenda Councils, introduces the Outlook on the Global Agenda 2012 - the report that briefs Davos participants and others answering the call to action that is the state of …
 
Fifty percent of the world’s population is under the age of 27 and the majority lives in urban areas. With this in mind, the World Economic Forum is increasingly aware that solutions to our global challenges must engage youth at all levels. In today’s podcast, we hear from two of those Shapers, Sarah Noble and Elianna Sabbag.…
 
With the Eurozone crisis dominating the news headlines we asked Stephen Kinnock, about his thoughts on how Europe should proceed. Olivier Raynaud, tells us about the Forums Initiative on Innovative health care delivery methods and we find out why China turning inward is a global risk, to be taken seriously.…
 
We look at two extremes of the moral spectrum, Alex Wong talks about fighting business corruption, while Mirjam Schöning discusses social entrepreneurialism. We also introduce you to one of the Forum's originals, Denise Burnet. She was honoured with the Legion d'Honneur on Friday November 18, and shares with us some of her favourite moments in her …
 
This week we preview the India Economic Summit. We talk to Sushant Palakurthi Rao about the Summit's programme, Thierry Geiger discusses India's slump in the competitiveness tables, Saadia Zahidi outlines the country's gender challenges, and we interview Randall Krantz about how India is doing with environmental sustainability.…
 
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