We are living in an age of unprecedented change, with multiple crises converging—and old risks coming to the fore again. How can we minimize their impact on the modern world?
The world will almost certainly be a different place in 10 years... But these 3 risks are demanding our attention
Geopolitical shock from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, renewed and persistent outbreaks of Covid-19, supply-chain challenges, inflation spikes and cybersecurity risk. How can businesses cope?
Traditionally employees were told to leave their worries at home. This outdated thinking needs to change. Blurred lines between work and home and an acceptance that employees should be able to bring their ‘whole selves’ into work mean companies should embrace their emotions and feelings?
As 2023 begins, the world is facing a set of risks that feel both wholly new and eerily familiar.
This year's Global Risks Report paints a picture of serious and interconnected crises. We must use this perilous moment to move forwards towards a greener and more stable global economy.
The profound disruption to the flow of goods around the world teaches companies to understand their vulnerabilities first to build greater resilience to future shocks
The invasion of Ukraine has changed the risk landscape for generations to come. How businesses assess, plan and mitigate risks will also need to change. Here’s how…
COVID-19 has widened fissures within societies and between nations in a way that risks hobbling international collaboration on critical challenges. What actions need to be taken to mitigate this?
Peter Giger, Group Chief Risk Officer, discusses the World Economic Forum Global Risks Perception Survey 2021 results.