This issue looks at various risks including the green agenda, public protests and especially the Eurozone crisis. These risks underscore why companies must be risk resilient to effectively respond to the rapidly arising changes all around.
Incident management and business continuity planning used to pertain only to natural disaster. Companies now need to consider the growing prospect of social unrest in response to things like austerity measures.
Debt for corporations, households and governments is rising fast. Developing a proactive and effective response is critical to counter the monumental impact that payoff will have on the global economy and business environment.
The Chinese government is determined to create a greener path to growth. Companies that are slow to respond could be at risk - but those that are quick to embrace change could gain a valuable competitive edge. Find out how.
With environmental challenges taking a backseat to economic ones in many areas, could green growth slip back from a lack of political will? Read more about what we gleaned from the recent Rio+20 UN Conference on Sustainable Development.
In a world of disruption, why do some organisations, communities and people break down while others bounce back? Read about PopTech, a remarkable conference for sharing tools and perspectives on what could help us to build a sturdier and more resilient future.