Growth in an Age of Uncertainty
How can companies capitalise on change and seize the future?
Business leaders have always had crises to deal with. However, they are facing today one of the most complex and challenging macro-environments of recent times - from the energy crisis, on-going supply chain disruptions, market volatility, weaker growth, surging inflation, talent shortages, and now a cost-of-living crisis that is seeing worker unrest on the rise. This comes on top of longer running structural changes facing global industries including digital transformation, new ways of working and fast changing customer expectations.
To succeed in a world that now seems perpetually tethered to crisis, change is imperative. What worked in the past, will likely not work today. Business leaders must look beyond conventional ways of doing things and drive one of the largest transformations in history. They will need to increase resilience and find new ways to grow, weathering the storm of the current crisis while ensuring they build the foundations for success long into the future.
As part of this year’s World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, The Financial Times, in partnership with Accenture, will bring together industry leaders from across Europe for an insightful discussion on how companies are transforming to overcome an increasingly volatile and complex business environment, while creating value, improving competitiveness and securing future growth.
World-Class Business Leaders and Speakers
Key Discussion Points
Harnessing the combinational power of advanced technologies
How can advances in AI, data analytics and other advanced technologies improve decision making and help companies better prepare to withstand repeated shocks and disruptions?
Achieving financial resilience and profitable growth
Reshaping the cost base, managing inflation risk, restructuring the balance sheet and unlocking capital for continued investment and growth
Energy efficiency, decarbonisation and capturing green growth potential
Maximising the potential of energy efficiency to manage rising energy costs
"It was very dynamic, the speakers had good chemistry and insightful comments, topics were very current. I took away a lot of good notes that can help my business"
Delegate, FT and Accenture event at Davos 2022
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