Confronting the COVID-19 pandemic gives us a once-in-a-generation opportunity to take the steps needed to advance broad-based health and prosperity in the long term, write Jaana Remes and Katheri...
Our latest perspectives on the coronavirus outbreak, the twin threats to lives and livelihoods, and how organizations can prepare for the next normal.
In the wake of COVID-19, business leaders cant wait to get back to "normal." But research shows there are lasting economic benefits to keeping a focus on health, write Jaana Remes and Shubham Sin...
Leaders can make a difference through personal accountability, caring, and “re-onboarding” of all their people.
The humanitarian and economic dislocations resulting from the pandemic have affected companies in India and the world. Several strategic themes can support a stronger recovery into the next norma...
Modifications to heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning systems might help reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus by purifying air, improving ventilation, and managing airflows.
The journey was enlightening. Here’s where we go from here.
Drax Group drastically reduced its carbon footprint by shifting from coal to biomass. CEO Will Gardiner discusses the costs and challenges to scaling up its model.
Making prudent investments in the health of the world’s population can dramatically improve people’s quality of life, protect against downside risks such as pandemics, and lead to large econo...
Could 65 be the new 55? Each year, poor health takes a heavy societal and economic toll. Improving the health of the world’s population would add 10 healthy years in midlife—and much more.
Direct insurers in Western Europe are leaner, simpler, and faster than traditional multichannel insurers. Still, they must take action to fulfill their potential.
Even in countries that have partially reopened, consumer optimism remains muted and spending intent is still below pre-crisis levels.
The COVID-19 pandemic has given the world a once-in-a-generation opportunity to advance broad-based health and prosperity.
Many tech giants are betting that the subscription model will become dominant in video games. Yet the things that make gaming such an entertainment dynamo are problematic for these types of servi...
Mining is notoriously cyclical, with volatile equity prices and investment patterns as a result. As the COVID-19 crisis affects the medium-term pricing outlook in many commodities and puts pressu...
Closer relationships between buyers and suppliers could create significant value and help supply chains become more resilient. New research sheds light on the ingredients for success.
Pandemic-style working from home may not translate easily to a “next normal” mix of on-site and remote working.
Building new pricing discipline, flexibility, and capabilities now can create long-term competitive advantages.
Companies need to balance rapidly changing consumer and market needs with relevant product experiences. Enter the strategic integrator.
Organizations need to invest in effective long-term remote-working foundations, revamp their upskilling and retraining approaches, and adopt an agile approach to strategic workforce planning.