Enterprise 2020 blog: Let's forget 2016 and remember 2015




The latest Enterprise 2020 blog entry comes from GlobeScan's CEO, Chris Coulter, where he discusses why we must continue to rally to look for opportunities to make progress in the area of sustainable development.

"The events of 2016 have underscored how volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous the world is today. Indeed, from the election of Donald Trump in the United States to Brexit to a range of corporate and political scandals across the world makes our VUCA world feel that much more difficult to navigate, especially given our acute economic, environmental and social challenges we face.

But we must continue to rally to look for opportunities to make progress in the area of sustainable development.  It’s not going to be easy: GlobeScan’s latest round of global public opinion research documents ongoing low levels of trust in business and government to operate in the best interests of society."

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