Trends for 2014

What tomorrow holds

02/01/2014 Barcelona

World

Trends for 2014: What Tomorrow Holds

IESE professors predict that we can expect growing geopolitical tensions and, aside from climate change, the more immediate threat of air and water pollution will move up the political agenda in many countries. For its part, management needs to move away from cost cutting and concentrate on becoming more agile. The silver lining is that the world economy is projected to grow faster than at any time in the past 30 years. SUBSCRIBE to Our YouTube Channel: Keep up to date with IESE's news! http://bit.ly/IESEyoutube http://www.iese.edu/

IESE professors predict that we can expect growing geopolitical tensions and, aside from climate change, the more immediate threat of air and water pollution will move up the political agenda in many countries. For its part, management needs to move away from cost cutting and concentrate on becoming more agile. The silver lining is that the world economy is projected to grow faster than at any time in the past 30 years.