Mal Fletcher

2020Plus is a London-based think tank on social change and leadership innovation, helping business, communities and individuals to deal proactively with future change. Chairman: Mal Fletcher, social futurist & commentator, keynote speaker & broadcaster.

Connect with Mal Fletcher on: LinkedIn Twitter Facebook YouTube Google+
Social Affairs


We work to make sense of change; with research & comment on major social issues ranging from family & youth issues, to privacy, autonomy & more.   ›› Click here for more info.


We offer world-class resources to equip future-minded leaders & teams for long-view strategic influence.
›› Corporate    |    ›› Civic
›› Latest social comment editorial:

Keep Christmas A "Shop Free" Zone

Keep Christmas A The festive season always brings with it fresh questions, especially in a largely secular age, about whether a religious festival should be afforded protected status in terms of shopping laws. Currently, large stores in England and Wales (in law, those over 280 square metres in size) cannot open on Christmas Day. Smaller convenience stores often do a brisk trade, providing those last-minute batteries for Christmas toys, or various items for the festive lunch. Were regulations to be relaxed further as some would like, large stores would doubtless take advantage of another opportunity to appeal to the last-minute-gift-grab that goes on right up until Christmas Eve. In that event, Christmas would quickly becom... click here to read the full editorial
›› Latest leadership editorial:

Millennials - Your Most Valuable Resource

Millennials - Your Most Valuable Resource Not too long ago, TIME magazine dubbed young adult Millennials the ‘ME Generation’. At the same time, the New York Times chipped in with its own epithet: the ‘Entitled Generation’. Certainly, a number of employer surveys conducted in the US, Europe and Asia suggest that this is the consensus of opinion among CEOs. Yet other studies reveal that 70 percent of Millennials – aged between 16 and 33 years – volunteer their time for good causes and 80 percent donate money or services. In one American survey, 80 percent said that making a difference in the world is of more importance to them than professional recognition. Whatever your view of Millennials, as a leader, one thing is absolutely ... click here to read the full editorial
Featured Interview

›› Featured interview:

US Report on CIA "Torture"

BBC Radio

More videos from 2020Plus on
Fascinating Times - NEW BOOK by Mal Fletcher. Released: 30 November. Click for more info...
Quick Think 25/11/2014
ARE LOCAL ACCENTS UNDER THREAT IN THE AGE OF GLOBALISM? Accents locate us in terms of geography, heritage and ...Read more

Recent Social Comments

››  Keep Christmas A "Shop Free" Zone

Posted on: Wednesday 17 December 2014

››  Persecution - More Than A Religious Issue

Posted on: Wednesday 5 November 2014

››  Wonga Discovers Ethics Is The New Edge

Posted on: Friday 3 October 2014

Recent Leadership Editorials

››  Millennials - Your Most Valuable Resource

Posted on: Monday 13 October 2014

››  How to Create a Human Digital Culture

Posted on: Thursday 31 July 2014

››  How The Internet Has Changed Leadership

Posted on: Thursday 13 March 2014