Computer based trading has transformed how our financial markets operate. The volume of financial products traded through computer automated trading taking place at high speed and with little human involvement has increased dramatically in the past few years.
Organizations need the right information at the right
time to make accurate decisions and to optimize
business processes. Yet the role of information,
and the way an organization’s employees interact
with that information, is rapidly changing.
We identified a number of global forces that will
have significant influenceA2, and of those we felt
that individualism versus collectivism and corporate
integration versus fragmentation would be the most
significant. From this axis we identified three worlds
Sweeping changes are afoot
in the global economy. As the second
decade of the 21st century unfolds and
the world exits from the 2008–09 financial crisis,
the growing clout of emerging markets is paving
the way for a world economy with an increasingly
The objective of this report is o provide detailled description of the scenarios, as well as the approach the hypothesis followed… Two main sceanrios were modelled a base line 'business as usual' trend and a greenhouse gas reduction scenarios the includes energy efficienct and dedicated
FIRST, extend the integration of our business insight and tech-nology expertise beyond our company’s borders to include the best thinkers from academia, our clients and partners, and other leaders in areas critical to innovation.
We begin each GIO cycle by identifying several broad focus areas critical to society, and then consider specific opportunities for innovation and advancement—in the realm of products, services, business processes and models, policy, culture and beyond.
Over the next four decades, the global transportation
sector will face unprecedented challenges related
to demographics, urbanization, pressure to
minimize and dislocate emissions outside urban
centres, congestion of aging transport
This economic growth was mainly driven by a two-speed world economy in which
populous emerging markets, such as China and India, were growing at more than 10%
and 8%, respectively. As a result, an economic shift in gravity away from OECD
Review of global scenarios and applications for construction of scenarios for "Future of Livestock"