How the Digital Manufacturing Revolution Can Benefit Everyone

From Davos, HP’s head of 3D printing explores ways to democratize the technology that will change our world.

By Stephen Nigro, President of 3D Printing Business, HP Inc. — January 25, 2018

The Three Things Global Leaders Need to Do to Prepare for the Next Big Economic Shift

By Dion Weisler, President and CEO, HP Inc.

The fourth industrial revolution is upon us. Technology, jobs, government policies, and entire economies around the world are on the edge of a massive shift. This presents a once-in-a-generation opportunity for global leaders to come together and embrace new digital technologies that hyper-charge their economic prospects, create new manufacturing jobs, educate the next generation of highly skilled labor, and ultimately shape the next hundred years of our planet.

COSO, World Business Council for Sustainable Development to Issue First-Ever Guidance for Applying Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) to Environmental, Social, Governance-related Risks

Press Release

January 23, 2018 /3BL Media/ - The Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO) and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) today released a draft executive summary to the new, cutting-edge guidance for applying Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) to Environmental, Social and Governance-related risks.

The Role of Tech Leaders in Creating a More Inclusive Economy: Insights from Davos

by Lara Birkes, Vice President, Chief Sustainability Officer at Hewlett Packard Enterpr

If you look back at the evolution of the human race, it could be argued that our greatest skill is the ability to create and develop breakthrough technologies that simplify everyday life and advance society. It’s this drive to innovate that continually brings us to the next great crossroads and inevitably changes life as we know it.

Broken Trust

Fully two-thirds of countries are now considered “distrusters", compared to about half a year ago. This is a stunning collapse in trust.

At this year’s World Economic Forum gathering in Davos, Switzerland, PR firm Edelman shared its comprehensive annual Trust Barometer, confirming what we all know: global trust in institutions and leaders is at an all-time low.  Fully two-thirds of countries are now considered “distrusters” (under 50% trust in the mainstream institutions of business, government, media and NGOs to do what is right), compared to about half a year ago.  This is a stunning collapse in trust, even from last year’s low base.

New Report Reveals: Business a Key Activist in Turning Global Risks into Opportunities

Press Release

OSLO, NORWAY, January 262016 /3BL Media/ - From all corners of the world, business leaders echo the same message: societal risks need urgent action. However, some of the most pressing risks – such as youth unemployment and the global food crisis – are also where leaders see the greatest business opportunities. Business also increasingly sees itself as a key global activist and is calling on governments to increase political will to address world risks.


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