What will the world be like in 2012?

12 presentations with predictions
What will change in 2012? What will stay the same? Here are 12 presentations that take a look at where we’ve all been in 2011 and predict trends that we’ll see in the coming year. Comment and share these presentations with your friends and colleagues. We’ll check back in 12 months to see which of these predictions have come to fruition.

  1. 2012: 12 Themes – What to expect in the year ahead, Ross Dawson
  2. Ross Dawson takes a look at the global themes that affect every type of business, regardless of country.

  3. Social Media & Content Marketing Predictions 2012, Content Marketing Institute
  4. 75+ contributors share their thoughts about the relationship between brand and content, the evolution of blogging, the future of Google’s influence, content marketing and distribution.

  5. SapientNitro Insights 2012 – How Digital Innovation Impacts Your Business, SapientNitro
  6. This in-depth analysis examines the effect of innovation on peoples’ perceptions, they way people make purchases, the role of mobile devices and other trends that vary from country to country.

  7. 12 Crucial Consumer Trends for 2012, trendwatching.com
  8. Where Is Nonprofit Marketing Headed in 2012?, Kivi Leroux Miller
  9. 2012 Digital Trends For Healthcare Marketing, IQ Innovation Lab of GSW Worldwide
  10. The World Economic Situation and Prospects 2012, United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UN DESA)
  11. 10 Business Intelligence Trends for 2012, Tableau Software
  12. 10 trends for 2012, JWT Intelligence
  13. What Social Media Will Look Like in 2012, SapientNitro
  14. 2012 Predictions for Mobile Web and HTML5, Jonathan Jeon
  15. 7 Online Video Trends to Watch in 2012, Skytide

30 Responses to “What will the world be like in 2012?”

  1. Romeo Adalid Martinez Cisneros

    Felicidades, un Prospero ano nuevo mis mejores deseos para 2012


  2. Best Juicer Reviews

    Hey Kit:

    That’s quite an interesting question. How about the Giants will be the next super champion. Yeah, I know it’s wishful thinking. But I will say this much, it’s okay to dream once in a while.


  3. Tim Edwards

    Please Mr Slide Share – what will 2012 have to say / do about the environment. Surely you could find a slide share that shows the need and opportunity for better environmental management

  4. Pedro

    Hi, the link to “2012 Predictions for Mobile Web and HTML5, Jonathan Jeon” is wrong. The correct link is “http://www.slideshare.net/hollobit/2012-mobile-web-and-html5”

  5. Don

    Consumerization of IT is the consensus choice of the new year’s major technology force, one that will manifest itself in several forms. 2012 and 2013 will shape up, and the news isn’t all that thrilling. On New Year, let’s just party like its the end of the world…

  6. Erik van Berkum

    Great work to put such a list together i enjoyed it. I am a little disappointed with the fact that many of the links are not presentations but (word) documents. I love slideshare for the contributors which make beautiful slides and tell their story with slides rather than putting text on slides and abuse slideshare as a blog medium.
    Enough blog sites which do a better job.

    My 2 cents for 2012 honor the great slide makers!

  7. Elenir

    Good work. Slide Share gives us something different of the other blogs: excellent slides and reliable information. Happy New Year.

  8. Daniel

    What Social Media Will Look Like in 2012, SapientNitro. Talks about the great future of Google Wave (didn’t Google close that project?).

  9. Gary Crmer

    I see HTML5 sites to be dominate over the standard html by years end and the word press blog style sites as well.