Resourcefulness, paired with agility and courage were keys to economic survival for Russians following the fall of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s, writes Nadia (Pavlova) Hughes.
Small and medium businesses must urgently assess which operations and services they continue online and which are returned to the office, writes Assoc Prof, Victor Gekara.
Business ‘growth’ must be re-imagined in the post-COVID economy. ‘Fake’ and ‘Selfish’ growth types just aren’t sustainable anymore, writes Josephine Too.
COVID-19 has up-ended the global economic landscape, leaving businesses scrambling to rapidly transform their operations to adjust to this ‘new normal,’ writes Geoffrey Mann.
In 1996 Deloitte Digital founder, Peter Williams had to convince his managers to take a punt on an internet consulting business. Fortunately for them they chose to back him.
Energy retailers and distributors are being blindsided by market disruption bubbling away under the surface of their industry, writes Scott Salandy-Defour.
Data Scientist Rashd Elhawi looks at how China has rapidly utilised big data to fight the coronavirus, but believes the same tools will now be used to further strengthen authoritarian control once the viral threat has passed.
In the words of the 33rd US president, Harry Truman – “It’s amazing what you can accomplish if you don’t care who gets the credit.” Rashd Elhawi.
Society is likely to face a system overload, as coronavirus forces organisations to rapidly shift to remote digital working operations, writes Assoc Prof, Victor Gekara.