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Where thought leaders come together to share their knowledge and experience.
Thought leadership at Old Mutual had its origins in the dining hall. What then followed was a fairly low-key series of regional seminars in 2012, which has grown into one of the most anticipated and respected knowledge-sharing platforms on the South African corporate calendar.
Each year, a thought-provoking topic is chosen, dissected and debated. A keynote speaker shares their knowledge and experiences of not just matters affecting the financial services industry, but of issues that are of domestic and global relevance too.
The ultimate goal of Wisdom Forum is to kick-start changes by identifying and debating the issues and challenges facing us. During a panel discussion by local and international experts, the audience is invited to weigh in. Attendees include Old Mutual Corporate clients from the public and private sector, such as representatives of national, regional and local government, captains of industry, business leaders and key Old Mutual Group clients who are well placed to provide feedback to their networks. In this way, the Old Mutual Corporate Wisdom Forum primes the local business landscape for progressive thinking.
The 2017 Old Mutual Corporate Wisdom Forum expanded on our 2016 theme of globalisation and investigated populism further. From America’s Rust Belt and the UK’s anti-immigration working class to defaced statues and burning libraries on South Africa’s university campuses, there’s a global feeling that the voices of ordinary citizens are not being heard. In the developing world, a lack of infrastructure, industry and opportunity hampers development, leading to mass outward migration, which in turn contributes to nationalistic tendencies in the receiving nations.
Are we listening?
Populism and its dangers
Justice, populism and restitution in South Africa
Critical thinking can turn the tide
The media – messenger or middleman?