World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting 2019
Globalization 4.0: Shaping a Global Architecture in the Age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Welcome to our coverage of the 2019 World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland.

From January 21st through January 25th we will be curating content from the event as near real-time as possible, along with some of our own commentary, observations and opinions. All of our focus will be on the Fourth Industrial Revolution and it’s driving impact on enterprise digital transformation.

Aside from near real-time postings, we will also provide a summary of the presentations, thoughts, other resources and quotes from some of the market-leading CEO’s and other thought leaders that we consider relevant to our enterprise clients and colleagues.

You can participate in the conversation with us on Twitter or LinkedIn by using #LDSDavos19. We look forward to hearing from you.

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#ICYMI If you missed any of our @wef coverage last week, you can catch up with our conversation & recaps of the most important takeaways here:

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Valuable principles on data responsibility from @Mastercard's Ajay S. Banga at #WEF20. This is a crucial conversation for consumers, workers, and businesses alike. Ethical design and platform trust are vital to success in #4IR. #LDSDavos20

A key Data Responsibility Principle from @Mastercard's Ajay S. Banga: Companies have the responsibility to collect the minimum amount of data necessary to create something of value, and whatever data is collected must to be kept safe #LDSDavos20 #WEF20

Great insight from @Mastercard's Ajay Banga on the tension between the value of hyper-personalized experiences and data privacy. Banga gives us Data Responsibility Principles to guide design and business #LDSDavos20 #WEF20

Fascinating #WEF20 panel on the "new industrialists:" a tradition dating back to the first IR that imagined new ways of work, and key innovations that responded to economic & social inequality. An important pretext of enlightened self-interest #LDSDavos20

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January 21, 2019 Recap

January 22, 2019 Recap

January 23, 2019 Recap

January 24, 2019 Recap

January 25, 2019 Recap

LDS Answers: “What should work look like in the future?” with Angela Facundo, PhD, Senior Consultant

Additional Resources

Is Your Business Model Fit for the Fourth Industrial Revolution?

Humans Wanted: Why Automation Won’t Kill Off Your Job

Globalization 4.0: A New Architecture for the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Towards a Reskilling Revolution: Industry-Led Action for the Future of Work

The 4 types of leader who will thrive in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Trust in digital has eroded. Leaders must rebuild it

Other Recommended Reading

Shaping Business in the 4th Industrial Revolution

The Industry Leap from Vertical Markets to Ecosystems

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