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How will the world change? Daniel Yergin draws on innovative, original scenarios to explore how great changes—in international politics, global economy, technology and the environment—will shape our future. What will it mean for world energy and political power if Asia overtakes North America to become the biggest part of the world economy? Could oil lose its monopoly position in fueling our cars? What would that mean for world politics? What happens if globalization falters, leading to a disappointing economic future, and a “global fissure”? Yergin dynamically addresses the trends that will shape the world and drive us into the future, outlines the conflicting choices and visions for the world economy and addresses what the great battle over globalization is all about. He also identifies key risks and opportunities, and describes the path to a better, safer world where the interests of competitive nations can come together—and the encouraging signposts along the way.

This fast-paced discussion covers eight trends that are disrupting global consumers and, therefore, reshaping communities, organizations and industries. The issues that will be discussed include the crowd economy, driverless cars, new semantics, eSports, the future of health care, open business, Generation Z, armchair exploration and the modified class.

This speech covers the rise of Generation Z, born after 1995 and wired for the collaborative economy. Terry Young compares and contrasts Millennials and Generation Zers and explores real-time shifts that are impacting this generation, from new semantics and the crowd economy to emerging technology and an evolving world view. This is a fast-paced discussion around the key trends that are shaping and disrupting organizations, industries and communities.

In an always-on, fast-moving world, it is business-critical to let the outside in. The traditional walled, top-down business model that results in the suffocation of ideas and ingenuity does not work anymore. We believe, instead, that ideas can evolve and make quantum leaps when they are shared, freed and built upon. We believe in a connected world, in open source, in collaboration and in co-creation. In short, we believe in unblinking, radical transparency. In this speech, Terry Young explores the key values embraced by open businesses and looks at how this fundamental shift will transform business over the next several decades.

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