What Will Work Look Like in 2030?

Strategy+Business

For 2030. Megatrends such as evolving technology, the rise of automation, and shifting demographics are disrupting the way we work, and the way that companies relate to workers. The dizzying pace of change makes it difficult to plan for -- or even think about -- the long-term.

Party On Through 2030 Dudes! Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong

MishTalk

I have official guidance that a party is on through 2030. Nothing can possibly go wrong. more…). Economics

39

Ready for inspection: The automotive aftermarket in 2030

McKinsey

Electric vehicles, connected cars, and e-commerce, among other trends, may lead to redistribution of 30 to 40 percent of aftermarket profits along the value chain and change the industry landscape in the next 10 to 20 years. What are you doing to prepare? Automotive & Assembly Insights

End of Gasoline Powered Autos by 2030?

MishTalk

Earlier this month, the German Bundesrat voted to ban new gasoline- or diesel-powered vehicles from EU roads starting in 2030. Days later, the German Transport Minister Calls Internal Combustion Ban “Utter Nonsense” Let’s take a look at both stories. more…). Economics

India: Towards energy independence 2030

McKinsey

India is the world's fourth largest energy consumer. This report offers a long view of the sustainability of the country's current usage and opportunities to leverage new global supply dynamics and technologies. Our Insights

Western Europe’s consumer-goods industry in 2030

McKinsey

To succeed in the next 15 years, manufacturers will need to stretch their operating models in new directions. Our Insights

Petrochemicals 2030: Reinventing the way to win in a changing industry

McKinsey

Location has been the key to success in petrochemicals: playing in emerging markets and accessing cheap feedstock. As the industry shifts, companies will have to work harder on core capabilities and strategy. Chemicals Insights

Study Says by 2030 1/4th of Miles Driven will be Driverless

MishTalk

The report concludes By 2030, 25% of Miles Driven in US Could Be in Shared Self-Driving Electric Cars. BCG’s conservative estimate is that 23% to 26% of miles driven in the United States, or about 800 billion to 925 billion miles, could be traveled in SAEVs by 2030.

What Do Seven Billion People Do? Top 10 Mega-Cities by Population 2014 vs. 2030 Estimate

MishTalk

Billion people Cities With Projected 2030 Population of 10+ Million Top 10 Mega-Cities by Population Anyone have any concerns over these numbers in regards to jobs, food, housing, cost of education, healthcare costs, or retirement?

What Will Your Industry Look Like in 2030? - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM DELL TECHNOLOGIES

Harvard Business

Our topic today is Realizing 2030. Yeah, so Realize 2030 is our thought-leadership program here at Dell Technologies. So really looking at 2030. You said this is 2030 but it doesn’t end here. But we want to continue to explore this notion of what does 2030 look like.

Skill shift: Automation and the future of the workforce

McKinsey

Demand for technological, social and emotional, and higher cognitive skills will rise by 2030. How will workers and organizations adapt? Future of Organizations & Work

87

An integrated perspective on the future of mobility

McKinsey

A number of social, economic, and technological trends will work together to disrupt mobility, potentially creating three new urban models by 2030.

Trends 114

A strategic approach to climate action in cities—focused acceleration

McKinsey

Prioritizing efforts in four areas could help cities achieve 90 to 100 percent of the emissions reductions needed by 2030. Our Insights

79

CPG manufacturers need a comprehensive strategy for digitization

McKinsey

Increasingly competitive CPG markets are making consumer-centered innovation—and the successful adoption of digital technologies—essential as the CPG landscape evolves through 2030. Our Insights

Unlocking future growth for deepwater in the Gulf of Mexico

McKinsey

McKinsey projects deepwater prospects will be an important part of future global oil and gas supply, with the Gulf of Mexico representing a sizable portion of new production expectations for 2030. Oil & Gas Insights

Urban world: The global consumers to watch

McKinsey

Our new research finds just three groups of consumers are set to generate half of global urban consumption growth from 2015 to 2030. Dramatic demographic shifts are transforming the world’s consumer landscape.

Capturing China’s $5 trillion productivity opportunity

McKinsey

It won’t be easy, but shifting to a productivity-led economy from one focused on investment could add trillions of dollars to the country’s growth by 2030. Employment and Growth

How China became a digital leader

McKinsey

These digital forces can potentially shift and create 10% to 45% of industry revenue in China by 2030, write Jonathan Woetzel, Jeongmin Seong, and Kevin Wei Wang in Fortune. More businesses in China are putting digital technologies at the heart of their operations and strategy. MGI in the News

Competing for the Future

BCG

Consider the following: *Between 2015 and 2030, the population of emerging markets is set to expand by 17%, more than three times faster than the rate in mature markets. Article Monday, June 27, 2016.

Death Spiral for Car Ownership? End of Fuel-Powered Cars by 2024?

MishTalk

By 2030, within 10 years of regulatory approval of autonomous vehicles, 95 percent of US passenger miles traveled will be served by on-demand autonomous electric vehicles owned by fleets, not individuals, in a new business model we call ‘transportas-a-service.’”. By 2030, you probably won’t own one. By 2030, you probably won’t own a car, but you may get a free trip with your morning coffee. million km by 2030, more than five times more than petrol cars.

How Competition Is Driving AI’s Rapid Adoption

Harvard Business

It finds that AI could (in aggregate and netting out competition effects and transition costs) deliver an additional $13 trillion to global GDP by 2030, averaging about 1.2% About half of those will do so in half the time, and may more than double their operating cash flows by 2030.

Historic Hype Over Global Warming Agreement With China; CO2 vs. Death-by-Pollution

MishTalk

Agreement Summation President Obama pledged to cut US carbon emissions by 26-28% of 2005 levels by 2025 China agreed to cap its emissions by 2030 (earlier if possible, but no guarantees) China will expand zero-emission sources to 20% by 2030.

The Factory of the Future

BCG

The goals were to define a vision for the factory of the future in 2030, assess the benefits, and create a roadmap for implementation. Focus Tuesday, December 06, 2016. New technologies are profoundly changing industrial production, giving rise to “the factory of the future.”

The Worldwide Race for AI: Will the U.S. Continue to Lead in 2018?

Tom Spencer

As far as the race goes, China has announced a multi-billion dollar AI development plan to become a world leader in the field by 2030. The rise of artificial intelligence has received widespread discussion in recent times and has been predicted to play a huge role in business and financial institutions in 2018. However, its impact is likely to go well beyond the business world with AI expected to play an important role in international relations and warfare.

Automation Will Make Lifelong Learning a Necessary Part of Work

Harvard Business

We then estimated the extent to which these skill requirements could change by 2030, as automation and artificial technologies are deployed in the workplace, and backed up our findings with a detailed survey of more than 3,000 business leaders in seven countries, who largely confirmed our quantitative findings. bloomberg/Getty Images.

Technology Is Changing Transportation, and Cities Should Adapt

Harvard Business

McKinsey and Bloomberg New Energy Finance have estimated that in 50 metropolitan areas worldwide, a rapid transition to advanced mobility systems could yield $600 billion in societal benefits through 2030. Our analysis suggests that a developing, dense, average-size city could realize $600 million in annual societal benefits from mobility advances by 2030. billion per year by 2030.

Saudi Arabia’s Labor Market Challenge

Harvard Business

” The reform comes as part of a new long-term economic strategy, dubbed Vision 2030 , and its national transformation plan aimed at weaning the Saudi economy off its addiction to oil, helping Saudi Arabia stay competitive in a low-oil-price world.

Email from Greek Voter With "No Dreams and Nothing to Lose"; Greek 'No' Vote Demographics

MishTalk

Varoufakis) said today that an IMF report showed the debt was unsustainable from the start and that financials wouldn't get better even by 2030. Every age group but 65 and older voted "No" in the referendum as the following Greek "No" Vote Demographics shows.

Why the Automation Boom Could Be Followed by a Bust

Harvard Business

But most projections overlook two powerful forces that will combine with automation to reshape the global economy by 2030: rapidly aging populations and rising inequality. Our research shows incremental capital investment in automation could reach $8 trillion in the US by 2030. An $8 trillion investment boom would result in average annual US growth of about 3% and roughly 60% more economic output in 2030 than in 2015. Theo Chapel/EyeEm/Getty Images.

Saudi Arabia’s New Economic Reforms: A Concise Explainer

Harvard Business

Then, in March, the Kingdom announced Vision 2030, a comprehensive reform plan aimed to wean Saudi Arabia off its long-term dependence on oil, sooner rather than later. Saudi Arabia’s government reshuffle in early May is more than a political watershed.

Inane Step in Wrong Direction: Germany Plans to Lower Retirement Age for Some Workers From 65 to 63

MishTalk

Economists at Deutsche Bank estimate the total cost of the coalition’s pension reforms will total €230bn by 2030 and have warned that the burden of paying for people in retirement will fall on the country’s younger generation. With people living longer and longer, and with Germany forcing higher retirement ages on Greece and Spain, lowering the retirement age in Germany for any set of workers makes no sense whatsoever. Yet, that is exactly what''s slated to happen.

Emerging Demographics Are the New Emerging Markets

Harvard Business

Their number will grow by more than one-third to stand at 222 million in 2030. By 2030, they will be spending 12 cents of every $1 spent in cities worldwide. Juan Díaz-Faes for HBR. A radical demographic shift is transforming the nature of consumer markets.

G7 Communique Seeks 70% Reduction in Carbon Emissions by 2050, 100% by 2100; Browsing the 44 Item G7 "Wish List"

MishTalk

G7 Communiques come and go. It's all much ado about nothing because nothing is ever done. Here are 44 items from the Leadersʼ Declaration Communique for the G7 Summit June 7-8 2015 wish list. 44 Point G7 Wish List Take concrete action to address global warming Eliminate 40 to 70% of greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 Decarbonisation of the global economy over the course of this century.

Google, Ford Enter Partnership on Self-Driving Cars

MishTalk

2030 is far too distant. Self-driving cars are the wave of the future, sooner, not later. The trend is now impossible to deny. The only question that remains pertains to the speed of the rollout. 2020 is no longer a pipe dream as many thought. The breathtaking speed of possibilities can be seen in a non-exclusive announcement Google Partners with Ford on Self-Driving Vehicles.

Future of Work – Robots & Workers Will Collaborate

Cheryl Cran

Fast forward to 2030 – interacting and leveraging robots will be the norm. There has been a lot of social media buzz about robotics and the impact on the workplace. Some industries such as manufacturing are embracing the robotics revolution as it solves the shortage of worker dilemma for repetitive tasks that can be programmed.

How to Tie Executive Compensation to Sustainability

Harvard Business

The UN, for example, has outlined 17 broad Sustainable Development Goals for 2030. Patrizia Savarese/Getty Images. The challenge of running a sustainable enterprise has taken center stage among shareholders.

The False Choice Between Automation and Jobs

Harvard Business

New research by the McKinsey Global institute suggests that roughly 15% of the global workforce could be displaced by 2030 in a midpoint scenario, but that the jobs likely created will make up for those lost. Even so, between 75 million to 375 million people globally may need to switch occupational categories by 2030, depending on how quickly automation is adopted. making_ultimate/Getty Images.

Why Climate Change and Other Global Problems Are Pushing Some Business Leaders to Embrace Regulation

Harvard Business

So states a new report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which sets out the policy choices governments around the world need to make over the next 12 years to 2030 if they want to limit global temperature rises to 1.5 Martin Barraud/Getty Images.

What Businesses Should Know About Brazil’s New President

Harvard Business

As it stands today, the World Bank estimates that Brazil’s debt to GDP ratio, which currently stands at approximately 75%, would rise to above 150% by 2030 without a significant fiscal adjustment led by reform to the country’s existing pension benefits.

The Scale of the Climate Catastrophe Will Depend on What Businesses Do Over the Next Decade

Harvard Business

” We will need to cut CO2 emissions by 45% from 2010 levels by 2030, the report says, and get to no emissions by 2050. Shana Novak/Getty Images. This week brought some sobering news on the near future of our planet and species.