The 2014 CEO Retreat in Cartagena marks the 25th major meeting since the Global Business Polilcy Council was established in 1992. While keeping with the traditions and format of the sessions as intimate, off-the-record discussions, a few A.T. Kearney leaders will be sharing insights about the key topics and themes throughout the event. Please register to add your comments to this discussion.

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Crisis or Reform? That Is the Question

Public and private institutions are under more pressure than ever to make rapid-fire decisions that keep up with strategic change while ensuring their leaders also stay on top of innovation.
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Another Perspective on Trust in a Digital World

Just like any other relationship, trust requires two parties and it depends upon the participation of both leaders and everyday citizens.
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Do We Get the Leaders We Deserve?

The last half century of technological advance has yielded extraordinary benefit in its empowerment, but that same technology raises new questions of trust, privacy, and leadership.
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The World Cup of Ideas

Fascinating discussions about the definition of disruption, the end of power, the pace of change, and views on which governance models will best cope open the 2014 CEO Retreat.
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Where Do We Find the Next Generation of Leaders?

While more leaders are elected today (the number of democratic states has doubled over the last decades) their mandates are increasingly weaker and critical questions arise.
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Theory of (Corporate) Justice

It's more important than ever for leaders to improve and measure the well-being of their citizens.
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The Case for Hyper-Business

Business leaders need to engage more actively with their political counterparts to shape the future environment.
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Contributors Contributors

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Johan Aurik
Johan Aurik
Managing Partner and Chairman of the Board
Paul A. Laudicina
Paul A. Laudicina
Chairman Emeritus and Chairman of GBPC
Erik R. Peterson
Erik R. Peterson
Partner and GBPC Managing Director
Daniel Mahler
Daniel Mahler
Head of Americas
Maria Eugenia Fanjul
Maria Eugenia Fanjul
Head of Colombia
Xavier Mesnard
Xavier Mesnard
Partner
Alex Liu
Alex Liu
Partner