While governments in Europe are announcing plans to end the lockdown, a new phase of the COVID-19 pandemic is on the way. It is a moment of hope but also of caution. McKinsey & Co’s article sets out 8 actions for the restart, obtained from research and conversations with leaders of large French, European and Asian companies from all sectors. They have provided a broad view of their problems and concerns about ending entering this new phase.
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The current pandemia has generated a global context in which we have all come to better understand and utilise the potential of remote communication and remote learning; now is the time to implement growth from this in a systemic and sustainable way set to last in mid to long term.
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An articulated analysis by Furtado, Kolaja and Salguero on the practical factors for the management of the plants during COVID 19.
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The current pandemia is heavily impacting the entire global economic and social context. This article by Sneader and Singhal points out perspectives towards critical factors for shaping new paths in stability and growth.
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The current pandemia needs to be understood and managed by monitoring actual information and data. Here are some powerful resources.
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The current global health emergency has created the need to approach decision-making from new perspectives. The article by Alexander, De Smet and Weiss mentions some key aspects.
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McKinsey’s article a in depth articulated view of the key practical factors that make leadership a pivotal aspect when managing times of crisis, emergency and uncertainty.
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Politico’s article shows how the coronavirus pandemia is having a tremendous social and economic impact, shaping possible scenarios we need to begin to understand and relate to.
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