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8. 9. NINE TRENDS SHAPING FUTURE CORPORATE LANDSCAPE. Macro-economic trends. Asian (ex-Japan) and European GDPs converge by 2025. Shifting centers of economic activity. 1. The overburdened public sector. 2. Squeeze from spending on pensions and healthcare. The new consumers. 3.

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Nine trends shaping future corporate landscape

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NINE TRENDS SHAPING FUTURE CORPORATE LANDSCAPE

  • Macro-economic trends

  • Asian (ex-Japan) and European GDPs converge by 2025

  • Shifting centers of economic activity

1

  • The overburdened public sector

2

  • Squeeze from spending on pensions and healthcare

  • The new consumers

3

  • 1 billion new HHDs with $5,000 in income in 10 years

  • Social & environmental trends

  • Social life in a technological world

4

  • Rapid increases in connectivity

  • Turbulent tides of talent

5

  • Highly qualified talent in developing markets

  • Rising pressure for corporate responsibility (e.g., climate change)

  • The social cost of the free market

6

  • Rapidly increasing consumption of minerals and fossil fuels

  • Limited resources, unlimited demands

7

  • Business trends

  • New global industry structures

8

  • Unprecedented scale of largest corporations

  • Increasing collaboration and new sources of knowledge that create value

  • The new economics of knowledge

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