Since the World Economic Forum launched its Value in Healthcare project in 2016, leaders in the global healthcare industry have developed a clear understanding of what it will take to improve healthcare value (defined as the delivery of continuously improving health outcomes to patients at the same or lower cost)…
Nancy Brown, Chief Executive Officer, American Heart Association
As a leader in promoting cardiovascular health, what are some of the game changing innovations that you feel has still not reached its full potential to improve global health?
Precision medicine holds significant promise to diagnose, prevent…
Mauricio Rodas Espinel, Mayor of Quito, Municipality of Quito
In November 2019, the people of Quito will start travelling on the city’s first metro line, three years after construction started. The line will be expected to support at least 300,000 trips daily, becoming the spine of what’s billed as an…
Alex Gray, Formative Content
London is where overseas workers want to be, according to a new survey.
More than one-fifth (22%) of respondents said that the UK capital was their preferred destination.
New York came in second with 16%, and Berlin and Barcelona were third and fourth, both with 15%.
Diane Hoskins, Co-CEO, Gensler
The smart building concept is one of the most radical innovations to come to building design in generations. But smart buildings are just emerging, and we still don’t have a single, shared definition. …
Jürgen Fischer, President, Danfoss Cooling
Picture this: you live in a hot and humid climate, and you get access to energy. What’s the first thing you buy to stay cool? An air conditioner (AC). As incomes and standards of living increase around the world, so does the use of ACs…
Elsie S. Kanza, Head of Regional Agenda — Africa, Member of the Executive Committe, World Economic Forum Geneva
At the 2018 World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, leaders from the world of business, government and academia were charged with finding ways to strengthen cooperation in an increasingly fractured world…
John Moavenzadeh, Head of Mobility Industries and System Initiative, Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum LLC
Nikolaus Lang, Senior Partner and Managing Director, The Boston Consulting Group
Few technologies have generated more excitement than autonomous vehicles (AVs), and with good reason. …
Rigas Hadzilacos, Project Lead, Future of Education, Gender and Work, GLF, World Economic Forum Geneva
After a number of years of economic crisis, can we now be optimistic about the progress of global economies? What are the reforms that should be implemented? What are the implications of the backlash against globalization for the global economy? What would a fractured global economy mean for financial globalization? With the coming of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, do you see new opportunities or tools that can help keep the global economy together?
Originally published at www.weforum.org.
Aditi Verghese, Policy Analyst, Investment and Global Value Chains, World Economic Forum
Sean Doherty, Head of International Trade and Investment System Initiave, Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum Geneva