Resilience

Companies Respond to the Crisis with Open Innovation

In this environment companies may have little choice but to move toward the movement known as "Open Innovation." It takes cultural readiness, but is a reliable tool for a dangerous period.

Making Elections Resilient Against Pandemics

COVID-19 hits in an election year, which raises many questions about how we cope. We need modern voting tech to help democracy be more resilient, argues a former director of research at the NSA.

The Office is Dead. Long Live the Office.

The social construct most affected by COVID-19 is office work. When we return to offices, the standards and norms the govern how we work will have irrevocably changed.

A New Kind of COVID-19 Test Could Get Health Workers Back in Action

Another sort of test is possible. By looking at who’s already had COVID-19, rather than who has it now, we could help healthcare workers stay on the job.

Are We Ready for a Do-Not-Touch World?

Touching was already getting touchier. Now, life under threat of COVID-19 is the ultimate touchless state. But as we reign in touch we lose communication and comfort.

Business Transformation Requires Personal Leadership Transformation

Leaders can successfully respond to external change only if they have the internal tools to manage the overwhelming pace and stress.

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