It now possesses 34 top ranks, the same number as Harvard University. Harvard University leads more subjects than any institution in the world 14 , outperforming its peer Massachusetts Institute of Technology, which leads the world for 12 subjects.
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It takes 11 top places across the 48 subject tables. By comparison, Japanese universities claimed only seven top places, with Chinese and Hong Kong institutions making five appearances at the top of the 48 tables. However, Asian universities do not regularly break through to the top of the by-subject tables.
In total, UK institutions are listed in the top three of 32 of 48 subjects and are included in the top-three positions in 50 of subjects.
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The net effect of that is a fundamental change in what it means to lead. And why is that true? If you think about the jobs we have today, 60 percent of those jobs will see more than 30 percent of the tasks fundamentally transformed.
We often talk about reskilling. The tasks of care and giving care, those are harder to automate. Those are going to need more people. So shifts within jobs and shifts across jobs: fundamentally different challenges for CEOs to think about to ensure their labor forces are equipped for this challenge.
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I think one of the other things CEOs are going to have to really think hard about is the form of their supply chains. Where are they located? How are they organized? We are going to see the geopolitical boundaries that determine global supply—and the notion of a global supply chain—give way to a supply chain that is optimized regardless of what happens on the political front.
And that means more local development, more local capability. A third challenge, if Asia and the world are really going to be able to continue to grow at a time when demography is actually leading to populations contracting and working populations contracting, is to think about the whole labor force.
Japan will not grow if more women do not come into the workforce.