Today, there’s been a fundamental shift on campuses in how leadership is viewed and in the relationship between administrators and students.
According to the World Economic Forum 2016 Future of Jobs report, a staggering 65 percent of children entering primary school today will ultimately work in a new career that does not currently exist.
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World of Business Ideas (WOBI) organized the 2016 edition of the World Business Forum earlier this month in Milan.
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Our Global Public Affairs practice has prepared an analysis of the implications of the U.S. Presidential election, including initial reactions and analysis from the various local markets around the globe.
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As we near the end of 2016, a torrent of industry-shaping deals is breathing life into what was looking like a modest year for mergers and acquisitions.
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