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Megatrends 2018

The upside of disruption:

megatrends shaping 2018 and beyond explores

“What’s after, what’s next?”

and identifies emerging trends that should be on leaders’ radars. The report also provides a framework for understanding where disruption comes from and where it’s headed — providing organizations a way to approach disruption strategically. It is essential reading for understanding the forces affecting the transformation of economies, business and government.

"To not only survive, but thrive 10 years from now, companies will need to adopt a dual strategy that simultaneously addresses present needs and the transition to the future business."

Uschi Schreiber

Global Vice Chair, Markets & Chair, Global Accounts Committee

The CEO imperative

Based on over 65 hours of survey interviews with Global 5000 CEOs, EY distinguishes three levels of corporate disruption readiness.

The Global 5000 CEO survey results point to three significant disruption readiness issues.


Why your diversity and inclusion strategy should consider more than gender and background

Emerging dimensions of diversity are arising in the workplace. Here’s how to leverage them to thrive through disruption.

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