Stakeholder dialogue on the future
In 2009 we created the future studies series "Delivering Tomorrow", which explores the future of business and society. Today, our Delivering Tomorrow publications are highly regarded and continue to generate interest. The studies are based on surveys of internal and external stakeholders, as well as contributions from top scientists and other prominent personalities, and they help us to prepare early for social, political and technological change. We discuss the results of the studies at length together with our stakeholders as part of our Delphi Dialogs.
Delphi Dialog 2020
With its Delphi Dialog 2020 discussion series, Deutsche Post DHL has established its own format for exploring future-relevant issues and challenges. Members of the Board of Management engage in dialogue with renowned experts from the business community, the scientific/research community and the media and then field questions from audience members, including customers, business partners, journalists, analysts, investors and political figures.
The Delphi Dialog 2020 event series focuses on topics relevant to both the future of logistics and society as a whole. Individual Delphi Dialog events are often held in connection with publication of new Deutsche Post DHL future studies.
Delphi Dialog VII in Bonn: Mobility 2.0 - How do we leave the fossil-fuel era behind us and generate new momentum for the German economy?
Delphi Dialog VI in Columbus, USA: The Future of E-Commerce.
Delphi Dialog V in Frankfurt/Main, Germany: Is Globalization Still the Answer? Maximizing economic and human potential.
Delphi Dialog IV in Berlin: Is E-Commerce the Key to Consumer Happiness? How the Internet is changing our buying behavior.
Delphi Dialog III in Shanghai, China: Gridlocked Megacities and Global Environmental Problems: Challenges for the logistics industry and their solutions.
Delphi Dialog II in Hamburg: About Pirates and Electronic Fingerprints: How future logistics can address the challenges of a global world.
Delphi Dialog I in Frankfurt: Wonderful New World of Logistics? How new technologies could radically change world trade.