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Eamonn Kelly  

Managing Director at Deloitte Consulting LLP, Author & Strategist

Eamonn Kelly is a managing director at Deloitte Consulting LLP and chief strategy officer of its consulting practice. He has consulted at senior executive levels to dozens of the world’s leading corporations, key global and national public agencies, and major philanthropic foundations, advising them on world shaping trends and dynamics and helping them evolve robust and “future-proofed” strategies. Kelly has addressed hundreds of conferences, client leadership retreats, industry groups and professional associations.

Prior to Deloitte, Eamonn was a Monitor Group partner and member of its Global Executive Team. He also served for ten years as CEO of Global Business Network (GBN), pioneering scenario planning consultancy and futures think-tank. Before joining GBN, Kelly directed strategy at Scottish Enterprise, one of the world's most respected development agencies, where he led the creation of effective strategies for economic and social development in a new era.

Kelly has authored many publications, including two of Deloitte’s Business Trends Reports, and three books: Powerful Times: Rising to the Challenge of Our Uncertain World, What’s Next: Exploring the New Terrain for Business and The Future of the Knowledge Economy. Throughout his books, Kelly weaves together seven powerful "dynamic tensions" that will fundamentally reshape human life in the coming decades. He offers breakthrough insights into how these tensions will conflict and interact to create huge waves of change beyond anything society has experienced previously.

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Growth in a Low Growth Economy

What can Western enterprises do now to enhance their competitiveness and find growth opportunities in a low growth environment? Drawing on compelling research from the new Monitor report, “Growth in a Low Growth Economy,” Eamonn Kelly paints a challenging picture of the world over the next decade, outlining why we’re likely to experience a low-growth environment for longer than we might expect; describing new realities about consumers and consumption; charting how low growth will magnify and accelerate changes in the nature of globalization. His conclusion: growth will return, but the past patterns will not. Eamonn points to actions leaders can take now to be prepared for new sources of growth--and claim a disproportionate share.

Powerful Times

We’re not just living through an "age of change." We’re experiencing a change of age: the most profound inflection point in human history since the Enlightenment. In this remarkable presentation based on his book of the same name, Eamonn weaves together seven powerful "dynamic tensions" that will fundamentally reshape human life in the coming decades. From terrorism and nuclear proliferation to emerging technologies that could change the nature of humanity to the rise of new and innovative economic powers. Whether you are an executive, strategist, entrepreneur, policymaker, or citizen, this session delivers actionable insights to help you understand and prepare for what’s coming and to transform this moment of uncertainty and complexity into unprecedented opportunity.

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