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==Future of Climate Change Negotiations in 2020==
 
==Future of Climate Change Negotiations in 2020==
 
A scenario set that explores the different pathways that negotiations on Climate change will take in the next 10 years.  Will there be multilateral agreements lead by the UN, or bilateral agreements, will countries or companies be in the lead, will this result in a new economic order, etc. <br>
 
A scenario set that explores the different pathways that negotiations on Climate change will take in the next 10 years.  Will there be multilateral agreements lead by the UN, or bilateral agreements, will countries or companies be in the lead, will this result in a new economic order, etc. <br>
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Aart van der Horst: http://nl.linkedin.com/pub/aart-van-der-horst/18/121/53a <br>
 
Further information could be found on the [[Climate_Change_Negotiations|scenario page]]
 
Further information could be found on the [[Climate_Change_Negotiations|scenario page]]

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Scenario Questions

Numbers that matter presentation dates

Tue 17th of Aug-
Wed 18th of Aug- "Future of the City Centre 2025" presentation
Thu 19th of Aug- "Future of Mobility in Netherlands 2030" presentation
Mon 23rd of Aug-"Climate Change Negotiations" presentation
Tue 24th of Aug- "Tablets in Education" presentation
Wed 25th of Aug- "Future of Consulting" presentation
Fri 27th of Aug- "Future of Innovation 2020" presentation

Future of Mobility in Netherlands 2030

The Netherlands has 90 billion km driven in NL, of which 50% is business related, with a significant increase in business use, yet not a corresponding increase in productivity of the economy. This means that investing in new roads is NOT the best way to spend public money. How will mobility evolve in the next 20 years.
- Herman Wagter, Business Development Director Glasvezelnet Amsterdam
Twitter http://twitter.com/hermanwagter

http://www.linkedin.com/ppl/webprofile?vmi=&id=720779&pvs=pp&authToken=zZoa&authType=name&locale=en_US&trk=ppro_viewmore&lnk=vw_pprofile

Team Members: Imelia Bonahan, Pieter Cusell, Vikas Rajgarhia, Vishal Kapoor, Mert Cakar


Useful Links:


http://www.cbs.nl/en-GB/menu/themas/verkeer-vervoer/nieuws/default.htm

http://www.bovagrai.info/auto/2009/8.7.html

http://www.nrc.nl/binnenland/article1919356.ece/Het_aantal_files_groeit_sneller_dan_het_aantal_auto_s

http://www.ed.nl/economie/4606170/Autos-rijden-als-treintje-van-Helmond-naar-Eindhoven.ece

http://www.cijfers.net/gassuh.html

http://www.ruimtemonitor.nl/kennisportaal/default.aspx?menucomid=26&pid=34&id=4436&themeId=-1

http://www.rijksoverheid.nl/documenten-en-publicaties/rapporten/2009/07/03/mobiliteitsbalans-2009%5B3%5D.html

http://www.rijksoverheid.nl/documenten-en-publicaties/rapporten/2010/03/29/verklaring-mobiliteit-en-bereikbaarheid-1985-2008-ontwikkeling-en-verklaring-van-de-mobiliteit-en-bereikbaarheid.html


Useful videos:

http://vimeo.com/12054501

http://www.slideshare.net/f2c/citynet-herman-wagter



Interview Questions:

Vishal

1) With regards to mobility what is the key question for NL?

2) Does government have any plans to increase use of public transport and are there any long term projects currently underway or being considered that will affect the mobility?

3) Apart from the public transport is there any new technology for the roads – such as sensors to control traffic on highways and has it been tried out ?

4) In the past have climate change regulations affected the government decisions and resulted in regulations specifically for NL, and are there any new regulations being considered?

Pieter

1.What is the problem you want to solve/ where are you dreaming of?

2.What is the current impact of the glass fiber network in Amsterdam?

3.How can ICT solutions like glass fiber network influence the mobility in the Netherlands?

4.At the end does people not just people would like to meet in real life instead virtual? As you can’t sent and detect moods/emotions through the internet?

5.What are your solutions for the future of mobility in the Netherlands 2030?

6.What are your solutions for solving the traffic jams in the Netherlands?

7.What do you think is the impact of the aging populations on the mobility in the Netherlands?

Mert

1. What are the current problems with mobility in Netherlands?

2. What is the government's plan to tackle these problems?

3. What are the trends among Dutch people in terms of traveling across the country?

4. What are the trends among businesses in Netherlands in terms of moving the goods across the country?

5. What are the uncertainties in mobility in Netherlands?

Vikas

1. Even though road use for business is increasing, why is there no corresponding increase in productivity?

2. What are your views on the concept of Superbus?

3. Are there any identified areas where public money can be spent instead of road development to increase productivity?

4. In your opinion, how can road use for business work can be reduced? What are the major components of road use for business (meetings, travelling to / from office, etc.)?

5.

Future of the City Centre 2025

How will city centre be like in 2025? What could change in the city centre, in a post-crisis environment. Will it stay as a meeting spot, with a business function. Will offices still be the place where people work? City centres in Huston or Detriot city has returned to markert gardering, with the houses abandoned. Or will it have a new lease of life, renewed through urban agriculture, (witness the NYC lightrail project, etc)? What will the city's relevance be when physical meetings come to an end?
Sander de Iong, Secretary General Rotterdam IAB, EDBR
http://www.iabrotterdam.com/Content/www.iabrotterdam.com/Documenten/CV%20Sander%20de%20Iongh.pdf<p>

Team members: Cole Carrigan, Eglantine Dang, Akcan Islamoglu, Fahad Nayyar, Louis Tzeng

Basic info of Rotterdam:

Area:

- Municipality / City	319 km2 (123.2 sq mi)
- Land	206 km2 (79.5 sq mi)
- Water	113 km2 (43.6 sq mi)

Population (18 March 2010)

- Municipality / City	603 425
- Density	2,850/km2 (7,381.5/sq mi)
- Metro	Approx. 1.6 million

Historical population

1796: 53,200 inhabitants
1830: 72,300
1849: 90,100
1879: 148,100
1899: 318,500
1925: 547,900
1965: 551,000
1984: 555,000
2005: 596,407
2006: 588,576
2007: 584,046
2010: 603,425


Interview Questions:

What is the current role of the city center? (Economic, Cultural, Civic) What was the role of the city center 20 years ago? What will the city center look like in 20 years? Will government or economics drive development over the next 20 years? If global warming continues and the water levels contine to rise, will Rotterdam's current city center be habitable? What are the greatest threats to the city center currently? What do you perceive are the driving forces shaping the future of city centers?

Future of Tablets in Education

Future of Tablets in Education Main Page

Future of Consulting 2020

Traditional consulting evolved out of McKinsey's practice in New York who famously said that men's socks should reach their knees, because "a client should never see flesh". Much of these ideas are still alive in consulting today. Joost Pryde, Co-Founder House of Performance
http://www.hofp.nl/wa.asp?idWebPage=18558&idDetails=378
Twitter: http://twitter.com/jpreyde

Team members: Pankaj Daryani, Taras Ivanysenko, Kiho Lee, Conor Ruff, Lidia Sholkova


Interview questions (PD)
1) Change in organization structure of consulting firms?
1.5.) What do you think of the "up or out" track? (CR)
2) Value based pricing more relevant than hour based pricing?
3) Some index to measure ROI of projects? (Bain has something on these lines)
4) Distribution of partners, senior consultants and consultants as per age.

Numbers that matter in Consulting - global statistics for consulting industry:

http://www.plunkettresearch.com/Industries/Consulting/ConsultingStatistics/tabid/177/Default.aspx (LS)

Global Consulting Industry Revenue (including HR, IT, strategy, operations management & business advisory services) equals 345 Billion US Dollars. (LS)
Management Consulting is by far the largest segment with $142.7B in 2008 (CR)

-What is the fastest growing segment of consulting? IT? We should be able to find this out with numbers (CR)

more questions (IT):
5) whats keep you awake at night?  :)
6) what do you think key uncertainties?
7) What is the future of consulting? what areas? (More specifically, where do you see consulting by 2020 and what trends? CR)
8) what is your dream?
9) What do you think of the threat of e-business consulting and the push from emerging markets and especially India? (CR)
(I guess its similar to my question: What is the role of ICT in the future of consulting) LS

Joost Preyde (IT):
quote: "All progress depends on the unreasonable man.
Education:
1981-1985 Flight Engineering; 1985-1987 MBA
Work: •Partner House of Performance (12 years)
•Consultant at Principal Consult; •Consultant at Alexander Proudfoot; •Marketing Sales B2B at Shell Chemical
Reading book now: Mojo: How to Get It, How to Keep It, How to Get It Back if You Lose It (so we can talk/ask him the most strange questions)
10)Development of different markets for consultancy? India, China, Russia…
11)Development of big consulting companies which are non-US and non-European?
12)Size of consulting company (small – specialized, big – one stop shop and big expertise) ?
13)Can it be like construction industry? One main developer who get order and outsorce specialized areas for small consulting companies.
14) Do you foresee a consolidation trend in consulting industry? (PD)


LS interview questions:

15) What do you think are the driving forces for consulting companies today?

16) Who do you think currently has the power in consulting industry – client or the company? How do you think this might change in the future (if he says companies)

17) What is the future of outsourcing for consulting companies, if any?

18) Do you think most consulting companies today are income driven?

19) In which industry do you see the most growth potential by 2020? Why?

Additional questions (KL)
20) How do you differentiate your firm from other consulting firms and clients?
21) What are recent successful projects and failures? What caused the differences?
22) How do you maintain delivery quality?

Future of Innovation 2020

What will innovation be in the future? Will all innovation be open, or will that lead to the average, and no innovation? What role will technology play in this space?
Russ Conser -Manager GameChanger Shell International E&P Inc.
http://www.linkedin.com/ppl/webprofile?vmi=&id=3080859&pvs=pp&authToken=feji&authType=name&locale=en_US&trk=ppro_viewmore&lnk=vw_pprofile

Team: Gilani Sonal, Henderson Sally, Saliu-Lawal Eghe, Ursu Alexandra, Wu Jia Rong

Interview questions:
see agenda draft

Research questions:
to develop

Driving forces:
Technological Driving Forces
Competitiveness through Innovation
Open Source
Alternative Sources of Energy

Future of Climate Change Negotiations in 2020

A scenario set that explores the different pathways that negotiations on Climate change will take in the next 10 years. Will there be multilateral agreements lead by the UN, or bilateral agreements, will countries or companies be in the lead, will this result in a new economic order, etc.
Aart van der Horst: http://nl.linkedin.com/pub/aart-van-der-horst/18/121/53a

Further information could be found on the scenario page