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Digital Megatrends 2015: The Role of Technology in the New Normal Market
This forward-looking thought leadership programme examined how key economic and technology megatrends are reshaping market conditions, corporate strategies, and business models around the world and across industries. A critical element of this study was a series of events hosted after the release of the report. Each meeting focused on results for a specific region of the world, reaching executives in more than 25 cities.
The research methodology included a series of panel discussions held in New York, London, and San Francisco with over 25 senior marketing, IT, strategy, finance, and operations executives and consultants involved in digital strategy and corporate decision making. Among the panelists we put together were executives from:
Ogilvy & Mather
Global Diversity Programme
Once seen as largely an issue of social responsibility, creating a more diverse workforce is imperative for companies wishing to harness a global workforce. This report draws from Oxford Economics' Global Diversity Databank, and identifies four dynamic and fast-growing workforce segments and key drivers of diversity in today's rapidly-changing global economy.
In conjunction with the data, we worked in collaboration with a panel of senior diversity and inclusion executives from a diverse range of global companies:
Ernst & Young
Global Talent 2021
The global business landscape is undergoing tectonic market shifts, from economic realignment, advances in technology, the globalization of markets, changing demographic trends, new customer needs, and increased competition. These are radically altering how companies operate in nearly every industry and region of the world. What does this mean for the global talent landscape? Where are skills surpluses and deficits worldwide, both now and in the future?
Digital knowledge, agile thinking, interpersonal and communication skills, and global operating capabilities will be just some of the talent areas in high demand over the next decade. This study identifies the greatest talent surpluses and deficits across 46 countries, 18 industries and a range of occupations.
To supplement Oxford’s expertise in this area we drew on the advice and input of a global team of HR consultants and experts from across the globe, including:
British American Tobacco
the Organization of American States
the University of Southern California
Other Thought Leadership Advisory Panels and Meetings