Global Innovation Outlook 2.0

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.
The focus areas for GIO 2.0 were:
1. The Future of the Enterprise, p.15
If the Industrial Age is in fact giving way to the Knowledge Age,
what are the new foundational structures and organizing
principles that will characterize institutions in this era? How

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Technology and Innovation Futures: UK Growth Opportunities for the 2020s

Technology and Innovation Futures is a forward look at a range of developments which
have the potential over the next 20 years to support sustained economic growth in the UK.
Based on interviews and workshops with 180 representatives from industry, research,
international institutions and social enterprises, the report identifies 53 technologies which are
likely to be important to the UK in the 2020s, because of the UK’s comparative advantage
today, its future needs, or the size of the potential market. As the UK comes out of the

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Transversal Analysis on the Evolution of Skills Needs in 19 Economic Sectors

In order to enhance strategic human resource management, and thereby improve European competitiveness in the global
economy, the European Commission has pointed to the importance of developing better methods and tools to anticipate trends
and changes changesin the European European labour market.. On this background, background, the Commission Commission carried carried out a number of comprehensive comprehensive sector

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UK Ministry of Defense - Regional Survey - South Asia out to 2040

DCDC’s Strategic Trends Programme aims to provide a detailed analysis of the future
strategic context for defence out to 2040. This will be an essential input into policy and
concept development. Major outputs include:
 trends-based analysis of the future strategic context
 analysing alternative futures, key risks and shocks, including an assessment of
their probability, frequency and magnitude
 identifying how shocks might impact on the future strategic context
identifying broad defence and security implications.

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