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Management article
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Reference no. ROT321
Published by: Rotman Management Magazine
Originally published in: "Rotman Management Magazine", 2016
Length: 5 pages

Abstract

Few people would argue that we live in a time of growing inequality and uncertainty. Societies are being challenged in ways we have not seen for decades - with nationalistic rhetoric and agendas from the far right and a deep distrust of business, globalization and technology from the far left. Many worry that such a polarization of public opinion and policy making could introduce new risks that deter investment - which is already far too low, judging by current interest rates - and undermine future prosperity. The authors, from The Boston Consulting Group, present a 'leadership agenda for shaping the future', consisting of six principles.

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Abstract

Few people would argue that we live in a time of growing inequality and uncertainty. Societies are being challenged in ways we have not seen for decades - with nationalistic rhetoric and agendas from the far right and a deep distrust of business, globalization and technology from the far left. Many worry that such a polarization of public opinion and policy making could introduce new risks that deter investment - which is already far too low, judging by current interest rates - and undermine future prosperity. The authors, from The Boston Consulting Group, present a 'leadership agenda for shaping the future', consisting of six principles.

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