The winners in business have shifted markedly in the past decade—and the keys to success are likely to be very different again in ten years’ time. How should leaders prepare their companies to thrive in a rapidly evolving landscape? What will it take to win the '20s?
Social Impact is a core part of our work at The Boston Consulting Group and we dedicate significant resources every year to address some of the most complex problems in contemporary society. Both on a global level and in local offices, we work together with our partners across sectors and topics to make the world a better place. Throughout 2018, the BCG office in Copenhagen worked with many partners to address a wide range of societal issues.
For business leaders committed to changing the diversity agenda, Denmark is at a turning point. Now is the time to break the cycle that limits the ability of companies and society as a whole to profit from the full talent pool of a highly educated population.
Denmark could add 75 billion DKK to the economy by full integration, with employment as the main value driver. The predicted need for an additional 70,000 workers in 2025 provides Denmark with an opportunity to meet labor market demand by closing the employment gap between immigrants and Danes. Yet current efforts are fragmented and Denmark needs new ways to deliver these results.