Broken Patterns - The End of Infinity?

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Published on July 10, 2009

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Slide 1: Broken Patterns – The End of Infinity?Linda IrwinExecutive Director Corporate Development, Henley Business School Slide 2: What a difference a year makes Slide 3: Government Scandals Economic Tsunami Natural disasters Record Job Losses Swine Flu Financial Meltdown Bankruptcies Moral Failure Oil Price Volatility The Credit Crunch Bites Hard : The Credit Crunch Bites Hard Slide 5: Didn’t we see it coming? Slide 6: August 2007 The Scale of the Crisis Emerges Slide 7: Starting with…? Slide 8: BNP Paribas tells investors they will not be able to take money out of two of its funds because it cannot value the assets in them Slide 9: 13th September 2007 Northern Rock gets emergency financial support from the Bank of England Slide 10: A day later depositors withdraw £1 billion in what is the biggest run on a British bank for more than a century Slide 11: September 2007 A raft of negative news from around the world sees the FTSE notch up its steepest weekly decline since July 2002 Slide 12: February 2008 Leaders from the G7 group of industrialised nations say worldwide losses could reach $400 billion Slide 13: April 2008 The 100% mortgage disappears Slide 14: April 2008 Persimmon becomes the first UK house builder to announce major cutbacks Slide 15: Citing the lack of affordable mortgages and a fall in consumer confidence Slide 16: July 2008 The British Chambers of Commerce suggest that the UK is facing a serious risk of recession within months Slide 17: July 2008 Financial authorities step in to assist America's two largest lenders, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Slide 18: September 2008 But are rescued by the US government in one of the largest bailouts in US history Slide 19: That Same Month… Slide 20: Lehman Brothers files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, becoming the first major bank to collapse since the start of the credit crisis Slide 21: and… Slide 22: Largest bank failure in the U.S. Washington Mutual, with assets of $307 billion, is closed down by regulators and sold to JPMorgan Chase Slide 23: Bradford & Bingley is nationalised. The British government takes control of £50 billion mortgages and loans Slide 24: Wall Street shares plunge, Dow Jones Index slumps 7% or 770 points, a record one-day point fall Slide 25: October 2008 The UK is on the brink of a recession Slide 26: November 2008 The Eurozone officially slips into recession Slide 27: December 2008 The U.S. recession is officially declared Slide 28: The same month… Slide 29: The FTSE 100 closes down 31.3% since the beginning of 2008… Slide 30: … the biggest annual fall in the 24 years since the index was started Slide 31: January 2009 The Bank of England cuts interest rates to 1.5%, the lowest level in its 315-year history Slide 32: But… Slide 33: The UK officially entered a recession Slide 34: The current budget deficit surged by over 1000% to £51.4 billion in fiscal 2008/09 from £5.2 billion in 2007/08 Slide 35: June 2009 UK unemployment rate rises to 7.1% = 2.6 million + cutbacks and ‘career holidays’ Slide 36: Leadership? Slide 37: Educated Leaders ? Slide 38: BUT…4 years ago Enron was widely regarded as having the best talent management system and strong value set So why did Trust turn to Rust? Trust vs. last year : Trust vs. last year X Harvard Business Review – January 2009 Slide 40: … and if this wasn’t bad enough… Slide 41: 2008 was one of the worst years for natural disasters so far this decade, 235,816 people were killed in 321 different disasters Slide 42: The world’s disasters in 2008 caused estimated damage of $227 billion, some $136 billion of that in China Slide 43: and… Michael Jackson R.I.P Slide 44: Hopeless end or endless hope?… So what’s coming? Slide 45: An increasingly complex, volatile, changing world Slide 48: By 2025 – 1,400 people! Slide 50: Shifting patterns? B.R.I.C.S GDP (Brazil, Russia, India & China) Will match original G7 Share of Global GDP by 2040 Slide 51: …even sooner 2025 E7 (Brazil, Russia, India, China, Indonesia, Turkey and Mexico) will triple GDP growth. Slide 52: Already home to 35 million foreign born. Western Europe The Destination of Choice? Slide 53: The 25% of India’s population with the highest IQ’s… … is GREATER than the total population of the United States Slide 54: TRANSLATION: India has more honours children than America has kids Slide 55: 6.8 billion population in 2009 8 billion population in 2025 Over the next several decades the number of people considered to be in the “global middle class” is projected to swell from 440 million to 1.2 billion or from 7.6% of the world’s population to 16.1%.. : Over the next several decades the number of people considered to be in the “global middle class” is projected to swell from 440 million to 1.2 billion or from 7.6% of the world’s population to 16.1%.. The World Bank estimates that demand for food will rise by 50% by 2030. : The World Bank estimates that demand for food will rise by 50% by 2030. By 2025-2030, the portion of the world considered poor will shrink by about 23% but the world’s poor - still 63% of the globe’s population - stand to become relatively poorer : By 2025-2030, the portion of the world considered poor will shrink by about 23% but the world’s poor - still 63% of the globe’s population - stand to become relatively poorer The populations of more than 50 countries will increase by more than a third : The populations of more than 50 countries will increase by more than a third Between now and 2025…Russia, Ukraine, Italy, Eastern Europe, and Japan will see their populations decline by several percent : Between now and 2025…Russia, Ukraine, Italy, Eastern Europe, and Japan will see their populations decline by several percent … in the developed world are in the traditional working years (ages 15 to 64). : … in the developed world are in the traditional working years (ages 15 to 64). Today, nearly 7 out of every 10 people… This number has never before been so high and, according to experts, in all likelihood will never be so high again : This number has never before been so high and, according to experts, in all likelihood will never be so high again Women, barely present on corporate payrolls 30 years ago, now constitute at least half the overall workforce in many developed countries : Women, barely present on corporate payrolls 30 years ago, now constitute at least half the overall workforce in many developed countries Slide 64: The top 10 in-demand jobs in 2010 Slide 65: …did not exist in 2004 Slide 70: There are over 55 million monthly visits on twitter Twitter was the fastest-growing site in February 2009 Slide 71: and over more than 200 million active users on Facebook Slide 72: Bermuda #19 The United States #22 Japan Slide 74: We are living in exponential times Slide 75: There are 31 Billion searches on Google every month Slide 76: In 2006, this number was 2.7 Billion Slide 78: The first commercial text message was sent in December 1992. Slide 80: Years it took to reach a market audience of 50 million Slide 81: Years it took to reach a market audience of 50 million Slide 82: Years it took to reach a market audience of 50 million Slide 83: Years it took to reach a market audience of 50 million iPod 3 years Slide 84: Years it took to reach a market audience of 50 million Facebook 2 years Slide 85: The number of internet devices in 1984 was 1,000 Slide 86: The number of internet devices in 1992 was 1,000,000 Slide 87: The number of internet devices in 2008 was 1,000,000,000 Slide 88: There are about 540,000 words in the English Language Slide 89: About 5x as many as during Shakespeare’s time Slide 90: It is estimated that a week’s worth of The Times… For students starting our three-year University of Reading degree or Henley MBA, this means that . . . : For students starting our three-year University of Reading degree or Henley MBA, this means that . . . half of what they learn in their first year of study will be outdated by their graduation. : half of what they learn in their first year of study will be outdated by their graduation. Slide 97: NTT Japan have successfully tested a fibre optic cable… that pushes 14 trillion bits per second down a single strand of fibre. Slide 98: 2,660 210 Slide 100: super 2013 human brain. Slide 101: £500 Slide 104: UK 67 7 95 Slide 105: …and 694,000 songs were downloaded illegally

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