Entrants to the workforce today have never known a time without the Internet. In 15 years, the vast untapped natural and human resources of Africa may be as central to business as Asia is now. In the last two years, computing power can finally deliver what we could only previously imagine.  All of these things are examples of a business environment in a constant state of flux.

This complex, fast-paced new world is tearing up the old rulebook for doing business. Some businesses are responding to this uncertainty by locking down their reserves, but others are looking for frameworks whereby they can make sense of the new disruptive forces that are shaping the future of business.