America has failed the Covid-19 test, and it’s the accumulated result of policy and market decisions.
Source: U.S. Health-Care System Was Totally Overwhelmed by Coronavirus – Bloomberg
Software programs adopted during the Covid-19 crisis make it easier to complete forms and track requests. It saves work, but could cost jobs.
Source: The Pandemic Is Propelling a New Wave of Automation
Covid-19 has created a new sense of urgency by shining a light on the systemic nature of the world in which we all exist, but also by stress-testing a more responsible model of business.
Source: Resilience In Crisis: Coronavirus Reveals Why Businesses Must Do Good To Do Well
NYU Stern School of Business professor Scott Galloway predicts a handful of elite cyborg universities will soon monopolize higher education.
Source: The Coming Disruption to College
During lockdown, the rich and famous look less heroic than scientists, medical experts, front-line workers, and folks who just have a little tech savvy.
Source: How social status is changing during the COVID-19 pandemic
The “new normal” isn’t necessarily a business world without working in an office, it’s just a world where we focus on work instead of the office.
Source: The New Normal Isn’t Remote Work. It’s Better.
The pandemic shows that businesses must take on a new responsibility for the health of their employees and customers. Here’s a to-do list to get you started.
Source: Every company must become a digital health company
Shyness can be a superpower—if you know how to use it.
Source: Shy? You Just Might Make a Great Leader.
According to Mary Meeker, the coronavirus crisis is separating companies with a strong digital strategy from those that do not have one. Companies and individuals have gone through an accelerated digital transformation in less than 90 days. This is the year of digital transformation.
Source: How The Coronavirus Crisis Is Teaching Us A Lesson In Digital Darwinism
The rush to make personal protective equipment like facemasks and face shields using 3D printers shows that the technology can help circumvent global supply chain disruptions.
Source: As the coronavirus interrupts global supply chains, people have an alternative – make it at home
Stanford researchers hope to find the answer, which could impact health care beyond the current pandemic.
Source: Can a Wearable Detect Covid-19 Before Symptoms Appear?