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2014 Top Global Game-Changers for Business Announced by Association of Management Consulting Firms

NEW YORK, Jan. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Association of Management Consulting Firms (AMCF.org) is pleased to announce the results of the inaugural Top Global Game-Changers for Business survey. The survey results highlight the 8 forces that will transform the business environment significantly over the next 12 months. The Global Game-Changers represent the viewpoints of the most prestigious and influential consulting firms, who remain at the forefront of addressing the most critical challenges for their clients. The Global Game-Changers will be announced on an annual basis and will set the agenda for the AMCF Global Leadership Forum, as well as subsequent programs throughout the year. This year the AMCF Global Leadership Forum will be hosted on March 27th at the Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers in New York City (AMCF.org).

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The AMCF's Top Global Game-Changers for Business in 2014 are:

  1. Beyond Big Data: Volume, Variety and Velocity
  2. Big Brother Gets Bigger: Regulation, Risks, and Ramifications
  3. Redistributing Global Power: The Hunt for Natural and Human Resources
  4. Goin' Mobile: Being Smart with SMART Technology
  5. Another BRIC in the Wall: The Future of Emerging Markets
  6. Mobile Millennial Mindset: The Workforce of the Future
  7. Complexity Reduction: Back to Basics
  8. From Social to Socially Savvy: Quality Over Quantity

For more information, please contact AMCF President, Sally Caputo (Email), AMCF Industry Liaison, Dave Morales-Meza (Email) or visit our website at AMCF.org.

Media Contact:
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212-262-3055

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