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FICCI Conference Mega Trends 2020

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Some Mega Trends that are going to define the economic paradigms

Some Mega Trends that are going to define the economic paradigms

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  • 1.  
  • 2. MEGATRENDS 2020 - The Concept
  • 3. Mega Trend 1 – 3 rd Industrial Revolution Great Economic Transformation New Energy systems = + Shift towards Renewable Energy New Comm. Tech. Third Industrial Revolution Renewable Energies = + Internet Comm. Tech 3 rd Industrial Revolution Micro Power Plants Hydrogen & Other Storage Technology Energy Internet (Smart Grid) New Age Vehicle
  • 4. Mega Trend 2 - New Business Models in the age of Distributed Capitalism Mass Consumption Individual Customized Consumption Consumption Edge: Products & Services Consumption Edge: Relationships & Tools Enabled by Interactive Technologies Business Metrics: Asset Intensification Central Control Asset Intensification Business Metrics: Asset Light Delegation to Point of Contact Asset Intensification Vertical and Centralized, Top-down Organizational Structures Nodal & Laterally Scaled Collaborative Businesses First & Second Industrial Revolution Third Industrial Revolution
  • 5. Mega Trend 3 - Intelligent Technologies & the Future of Work
    • Between 1995 and 2002, more than 31 million manufacturing jobs disappeared in the 20 largest economies driven by intelligent technologies and increased productivity
    • Global Manufacturing Employment will decrease from 163 million workers to just a few million workers by 2040
    Source
  • 6. Mega Trend 4 - Collaborative Education
    • Brick & mortar mediums to pave way for virtual global classrooms, “open source” mediums and lateral thinking
  • 7. Mega Trend 5 - Ascendance of Civil Society Social Media; Collaborative behavior CATALYST Shared Religious / cultural / economic thought; access to global networks SOURCE OF POWER Social capital; human interactivity ASSETS New power centre; shared leadership; new employer; potential clashes with corporate & polity OUTCOMES
  • 8. Mega Trend 6 - Continental Markets & Continental Political Unions
    • Growth in commerce and trade leading to continental markets with borderless energy neighborhood acting as a key bond
    • Transnational unions to create new economic opportunity and new cultural & political identities
    • EU, ASEAN, NAFTA, African Union precursors for even larger blocs and political unions
  • 9. The Event – January 17, 2012 * Invited
    • Mr Jyotiraditya Scindia, Minister of State for Commerce & Industry, GoI
    • Mr Jeremy Rifkin, Founder and President, Foundation on Economic Trends, USA
    • Mr Arun Maira, Member , Planning Commission, GoI
    • Dr Narendra Jadhav, Member (HRD), Planning Commission, GoI
    • Mr R Chandrashekhar, Secretary, Department of IT, GoI
    • Ms Naina Lal Kidwai, VP, FICCI; Country Head, HSBC India & Director HSBC Asia Pacific, HSBC Ltd.
    • Mr Kiran Karnik , President, India Habitat Centre and Former President, NASSCOM
    • Mr Doug Roche, CEO, Conscious Capitalism Inc.
    • Dr Indu Bhushan , Deputy Director General, Strategy and Policy Department; Chair, Health Sector Community of Practice, Asian Development Bank
    • Mr Shekhar Gupta*, Editor in Chief, The Indian Express Ltd
    • Prof Dinesh Singh* , Vice chancellor, University of Delhi
  • 10. White Papers
    • Chairman: Mr. Shivinder Mohan Singh, MD, Fortis Healthcare Ltd.
    • Co-Chairman: Ms Sulajja Firodia Motwani, MD, Kinetic Motor Co. Ltd.
    Mega Trend FICCI Young Leader Indian Thought Leaders 1 The Third Industrial Revolution Vivek Mohan, MD, Abbott India Ltd. Prof. P. B. Sharma, Vice-Chancellor of Delhi Technological University 2 New Business Models in the Age of Distributed Capitalism T. P. Chopra, President & CEO, Bharat Light & Power Prof. Shailendra Raj Mehta, Visiting Professor, IIM, Ahmadabad; Academic Director of Duke Corporate Education 3 Intelligent Technologies and Future of work Deep Kalra, Founder & CEO, Makemytrip.com Prasanto Kumar Roy, President and Chief Editor, Cyber Media Publications 4 Collaborative Education Nitin Khanna, CEO, Aantrishti Human Development Solutions Pvt. Ltd .; Tarun Arora, CEO, GIST; Pawan Agarwal , Advisor, Higher Education, Planning Commission of India 5 The Ascendance of Civil Society Yashwant Deshmukh, Founder-Owner, YRD Media 6 Continental Markets & Continental Political Unions Dr. Rajiv Kumar, Secretary General, FICCI
  • 11. How you can participate.. There is, but one simple rule 5 Individuals Can win delegate passes for Megatrends 2020 ( www.megatrends2020.in ) to from Twitter. @reply us ( @ficci_india ) with hashtag #megatrends about your opinion on forthcoming Megatrends. Megatrends that in your view could usher in a new economic revolution in the country T&C
    • From all the tweets (that do not deviate from the topic) 5 individuals would be randomly selected (through a computer script) for participation in the conference. If selected, you will be treated at par with the paid delegates.
    • The contest only guarantees you a participation in the conference, but will not reimburse other logistical costs like travel / hotel stay.
    • Contest valid only for Indian nationals and within dates January 3, 2012 till January 14, 2012
  • 12. Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry  Industry's Voice for Policy Change Federation House Tansen Marg, New Delhi - 110001.  T- +911123738760 E-  [email_address] W-  www.ficci.com   FB-  facebook.com/ficcindia   Twitter -  twitter.com/ficci_india  Google+ -  bit.ly/FICCI-Gplus