For our five annual predictions for the learning and development sector, we follow the general view that technology – in the forms of machine leaning, artificial intelligence, augmented reality – will be a dominant force. But it won’t all be about AI in 2018.
Geopolitical uncertainty has become a major constraint on foreign direct investment. Given that international investment flourishes in a climate of political calm and multilateral cooperation, it should come as little surprise that rising political risks would deter companies from investing abroad, says Laza Kekic.
Market growth and strategy development were the major challenges facing global senior business executives in 2017. However, looking ahead over the next three years, changing priorities will bring a greater emphasis on cybersecurity and digitalisation of business processes.