Thierry Malleret headed the Global Risk Network at the World Economic Forum. His other professional achievements include: working in investment banking (as a chief economist and strategist at a major Russian investment bank and as an economist at the EBRD in London); think tanks and academia (both in New York and Oxford); and government (with a three-year spell in the prime minister's office in Paris). Thierry is the co-founder and main author of The Monthly Barometer; he has also written several business and academic books including Global Risks – Business Success in Turbulent Times and Disequilibrium: A World Out of Kilter.
More than a decade ago, Thierry Malleret founded the Global Risk Network at the World Economic Forum, helping global CEOs and decision-makers to make sense of what’s coming and better prepare for it. Today, through The Monthly Barometer, a predictive analysis, he engages prominent investors and business leaders in forward- thinking, and supports them in making the appropriate investment and strategy decisions.
His approach combines a macro perspective based on a holistic vision of risks, with micro insights derived from the science of high- performance. His workshop boils down to being adequately prepared, from a mental, intellectual and physical perspective. As the French scientist Louis Pasteur used to say: ‘Chance favours the prepared mind!’
Thierry Malleret’s input is based on insights generated from the exceptional network of thinkers that underpins The Monthly Barometer. His workshop is framed in such a way as to deliver maximum efficiency.
For those willing to give it a try, the workshop can take place in the mountains while climbing, skiing or walking. Neuroscience shows that these activities act as a ‘cognitive enhancer’.