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Keynote One: What lies ahead – Why the next 30 yrs will be different from the last 30 Richard Dobbs, Director - McKinsey

by Working at BT Global Services on Jul 26, 2012

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We have seen beyond any rational doubt that the global economy is "unbalanced". In fact, "balance" in the sense of a permanently fixed state of affairs has always been an illusion. The axis of global ...

We have seen beyond any rational doubt that the global economy is "unbalanced". In fact, "balance" in the sense of a permanently fixed state of affairs has always been an illusion. The axis of global trade has performed a "complete 360" – in a world that we see as "new", the so-called "emerging" powers and economies are the same ones that initiated global trade centuries earlier.

The Big Difference today is that we now have "instant globalisation". Processes and trends that used to take a thousand years can now happen in well under a thousand days.

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Keynote One: What lies ahead – Why the next 30 yrs will be different from the last 30 Richard Dobbs, Director - McKinsey Keynote One: What lies ahead – Why the next 30 yrs will be different from the last 30 Richard Dobbs, Director - McKinsey Presentation Transcript