As the epicenter of the technology revolution moves away from personal computing and smartphones and toward transport, energy and urban living, a new breed of industry leader is shaping the agenda for the future.
In their reluctance to embrace the freedoms of cloud-based computing, many organizations are inflicting on their employees a demoralizing series of inefficiencies and frustrations.
ERES’s ambitions for transforming real estate procedure extend well beyond its home city.
Far from the spotlight, long-established manufacturers of heavy vehicles are developing zero-emission buses and trucks which could transform the sustainability of road haulage, logistics and passenger transport.
The benefits of electrification extend well beyond a mining company’s bottom line.
By 2030, Anglo American aims to halve its extraction of freshwater in water-scarce regions and take its overall sustainability performance to an entirely new level.
Understanding the present can be as daunting as imagining the future. For all intents and purposes, the two have merged.
Life will not let you just do what you want every day the same way forever. You have to be looking at what else you can do. It is challenging, and it is sometimes difficult, but it is rewarding
At a time of great uncertainty for industry upon industry and the world itself, the founders and CEOs of technology companies, fast-growing startups, policymakers and heads of state are asking the simple question: where to next?
The 21st century heralds a change in the way of traveling. Technological innovation has changed the tourist landscape and promises to go much further.