Join us this year to frame a more prosperous and resilient future for all communities across the globe!
We believe that a more prosperous and inclusive future is possible. But we cannot take it for granted. Designing and implementing resilient future strategies for everyone depend on timely decision-making and action from multiple stakeholders. We need to mobilize businesses, governments, policy organizations, universities, researchers, workers, creators, inventors, artists, thinkers, and doers to frame a better future for all.
We use five future-defining features, which are innovation, partnership, resilience, inclusiveness, and sustainability to unpack the ten most pressing issues in the global competitiveness agenda aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): Innovation, Talent, Intellectual Property, Infrastructure, Public-Private Partnerships, Regulation, Local Development, Natural Assets, Trade and Global Partnerships, and Benchmarking. Register below and join us this year to frame a more prosperous and resilient future for all communities across the globe! See our sessions below.
Benchmarking performance and practices is essential to support competitiveness strategies. Societies are living through a period of accelerated transformation and uncertainty. Learning and adaptation have become critical capabilities at the center of any economic and business strategy. Countries and organizations that benchmark business models, initiatives, regulatory frameworks, and policy will be better prepared to react to future shocks and jump ahead in global competition. The COVID-19 pandemic stressed the importance of learning from past crises to build resilience and ensure the sustainability of social and economic models. Future-looking perspectives must consider innovation, resilience, sustainability, and partnership as design-criteria for benchmarking initiatives.
How can we accelerate learning in policy and business to build future competitiveness?
How can we better learn from past crises in order to build more innovative, sustainable, resilient, and competitive future economies and societies?
What are some of the most relevant best practices, models and solutions that you know to connect benchmarking with future competitiveness? What can we learn from those?
Frame the Future Benchmarking | Nov. 03 @ 9am-ET
Join us and engage with leaders across the globe in highly-interactive online conversations to Frame the Future.