Economies will need a new path forward as the lessons learned from this global experience influence next steps --- both in the immediate and in the years to follow. Edie Weiner, President and CEO of The Future Hunters, shares her expertise.
Edie Weiner, President and CEO of the leading futurist consulting firm The Future Hunters, shares the three pathways to worldwide progress and what they will mean globally in the coming years in a post-coronavirus world.
During the 20th century, widespread disasters were often the impetus for systemic change that benefited society. Stock market crashes, global wars, and worldwide pandemics wreaked havoc, but some of the most important innovations came out of them.
A well-connected community can come together to respond to a crisis more effectively. To not only fight the health effects of the pandemic, but enable an improved community recovery in the longer term.
When the COVID-19 dust settles, new concepts will be created out of the needs demonstrated during this time and some businesses that pivoted amid the crisis may find that they now have new business lines or a permanent strategy change on their hands.
This moment in history is proof that great things can come out of tough moments. Here are just some of the ways businesses are persevering in the current moment and inspiring others to muster up resiliency.