Last year ended with global consensus to combat climate change. And this year began with a framework for action, in Davos.
A convergence of this magnitude is an invitation to reimagine the way public policy is co-created, how agreements are forged, and to unlock systems-change that reflects the complexity of our modern society.
The World Economic Forum’s theme in Davos last month was on a Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) to describe how disruption, innovation and digital transformation have become the new engines of the global economy. And, in turn, how networks are digitized in ways that have transformed interactions between individuals, business and the public sector alike.