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WEF Global Agenda Outlook 2014 – overview

The always thoughtful and complete World Economic Forum (WEF) in Geneva have produced their annual Global Agenda Outlook Report for 2014.  Local copy here. (37mb pdf)

First the top 10 trends:

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Next the report frames the trends by region:

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and by significance:

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Then the interesting section on ‘The Big Questions’:

  1. The Future of Biotechnology
  2. The future of shale gas
  3. The future of democracy
  4. The future of surveillance
  5. The future of the Arctic
  6. The future of multinationals
  7. The new space race
  8. Mapping the future
  1. Data immune system
  2. Collective Awareness
  3. Innovation at the edge
  4. Preparing the digital natives

This is the briefest overview of a document that is large in scope, yet concisely written.  I will post more on some of the interesting detail.

Written by Colin Henderson

December 28, 2013 at 17:06

Posted in Uncategorized

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    • Thank you for that interesting reply that quickly moved to your talking point. You could at least announce your affiliation.

      Colin Henderson

      January 17, 2014 at 02:37

  2. It is interesting to note that the global agenda of World Economic Forum 2014 focuses on the rising tensions in the Mideast and North African as a number one priority. True, the world is still dependent oil as a prime source of energy, but according http://www.brillig.com/debt_clock/the National Debt of the USA has continued to increase an average of $2.59 billion per day since September 30, 2012! As of 15 January 2014, it stands at a staggering US$ 17,286, 060,869, 275.02 and rising. Perhaps some politicians or economists have cleverly coined the term ‘MENA’ to distract attention from the last priority “rapid spread of misinformation online.”

    Ankit Rana

    January 17, 2014 at 02:13


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