It shall begin. Albert Einstein, whom many feel is the cleverest man ever in the universe, was a pretty scatterbrain professor. Once he gave his same students twice in a row the same questions for the final exams and when his assistant drew his attention to this, that the students already knew all the questions,
SPEAKER:>>Hello and welcome to everybody to what will be a very important discussion. If you are here today, it is because the fourth industrial revolution is well underway. It is having ripple effects across the planet, not least of course in the world of work. It is a story we will be dealing with about
. . That while you have a few hundred thousand direct employees you have 3 million in workers in your supply chains that help you make the profits. In that context, what we do about that? That is not the case in Unilever, what some of those areas. I’ve helped some of your colleague Sol.
“Mobilizing Action for Inclusive Societies”
Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. We’re delighted that you all were able to attend this session on the social contract. So I guess the first question is: what do we mean by ‘a social contract’ and I think what we’re talking about is the implicit contract between the institutions of society and the citizens or
“Davos Annual Meeting 2011 – A Social Contract for the 21st Century”