From : 19:00
To : 21:00
Grenoble Ecole de Management / Paris
64/70 rue du Ranelagh
75016 - Paris
70 Rue du Ranelagh, 75016 Paris
The conference is cancelled and shall be rescheduled in the Autumn 2017.
Description of the talk
Your business’s success depends on how you prepare for the future. While business leaders of the past looked in the sideview mirror to predict the road ahead, we must now look at the greater forces affecting the social, business and economic world today—megatrends.
The DRIVE framework examines five interrelated megatrends:
- Demographic and social changes
- Resource scarcity
- Volatility, complexity, and scale
- Enterprising dynamics
By observing today through the lens of DRIVE and understanding how megatrends influence one another, business owners, entrpreneurs, executives, policy makers and individuals can prepare for tomorrow.
In this conference, you will learn how to simplify the complexities around you, make better-informed decisions, and identify new business opportunities now. You will also discover how to prepare for uncertainty, own the global conversation, and illuminate the blind spots on the journey ahead.
Dr. Mark Esposito is a Professor of Business and Economics at Grenoble Ecole de Management. He holds a faculty appointment also at Harvard University and fellowships with the Judge Business School, University of Cambridge , the Global Federation of Competitiveness Councils in Washington, DC, as well as the Mohammed Bin Rashid School of Government in the United Arab Emirates. Mark is also Member of the Circular Economy Initiative at the World Economic Forum in Geneva. He obtained his PhD from the International School of Management in Paris and New York. He was inducted into Thinkers50 Radar in 2016.
Dr. Terence Tse is an Associate Professor of Finance at the London campus of ESCP Europe Business School. Alongside with his current advisory role at the European Defence Agency and keynote speakers at corporate and government events, Terence regularly provides commentaries on the latest current affairs and market developments on radios and newspapers. Before joining academia, he worked in investment banking and consulting. He obtained his doctoral degree from the Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, UK