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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Davos World Economic Forum 2012

Davos World Economic Forum 2012   

The Great Transformation:
Shaping New Models

We are living in the most complex, interdependent and fast-paced era in recent memory. It is also the new context in which leadership will be exercised for the foreseeable future. Thus, the purpose of the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2012 is to ensure that leaders exercise their responsibilities – jointly, boldly and strategically – to improve the state of the world for future generations.
In Davos, leaders will share insights on what has changed fundamentally in the world, explore new conceptual models that are emerging, catalyse sought-after solutions and collaborate on the risks and opportunities that lie ahead. To this end and for over 40 years, the Annual Meeting has provided an unrivalled platform for leaders from all walks of life to shape the global agenda at the start of the year.

For the complete document, please click the following link : Executive summary (pdf doc)

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