WORLD BUSINESS FORUM

INSIGHTS, TRENDS AND CASE STUDIES

Three CEOs share their insights on the process and challenge of transformation.

Sir Richard Branson lights up the room with stories of innovation and culture at the World Business Forum. From delegation to innovation to the importance of parties, Sir Richard Branson shares his insights into business.

Mauro Porcini, the first ever Chief Design Officer at PepsiCo, shares what he’s learned at the World Business Forum.

John Mattone, leadership consultant and author of Intelligent Leadership, shares what he’s learned at the World Business Forum.

Nicholas Negroponte of MIT Media Lab shares on the future of technology.

Rita McGrath shares what she’s learned at the World Business Forum.

Tamara Erickson of London Business School shares five predictions on the workplace of the future.

Robert S Kaplan, Harvard Professor, shares what he’s learned at the World Business Forum.

Chris Gardner, author of the 2006 autobiography, The Pursuit of Happyness, shares what he’s learned at the World Business Forum.

Business View magazine asks three of the speakers at the Sydney World Business Forum 2016 for their views on the biggest challenges facing the business world today.

Dr Ben Bernanke, former Chairman of the US Federal Reserve, discussed his experience of the global financial crisis (GFC), his views on global growth, the stability of the financial system and where critical economies like China are heading.

Many of the great companies in technology were started by partnerships. Wozniak says when you have great ideas you need some other people to ripple it off, and at least one key friend who believes in it.

The most strategic asset is your collection of first line supervisors. They’re responsible for attitude, retention, productivity and every variable.

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