Such megatrends can include:
- the technology that connects people within and across national boundaries and disrupts existing assumptions
- mounting public debt that is limiting the scope of governments to act in a range of policy areas
- an increase in the frequency and magnitude of extreme weather events.
To better understand the megatrends that will have the most impact on governments in the years ahead, KPMG International engaged with the Mowat Centre at the School of Public Policy and Governance, University of Toronto to develop the Future State 2030 report.
Identifying nine global megatrends that will have the most impact on governments in the years ahead, as well as the changes required to achieve the characteristics of a ‘leading practice’ government of the future, the report is essential reading.
KPMG works closely with government to help them respond to policy and service delivery challenges.
Our dedicated teams support governments at all levels and across sectors, bringing a deep understanding of the environment, culture, policies and procedure.
If you would like a presentation on the global megatrends for a conference or strategy workshop, please contact Michael Hiller, National Leader – Infrastructure, Government & Healthcare.