Some governments, especially those led by women, have dealt with the pandemic better than others. So what can Covid-19 teach us about leadership?
By now you will have seen, perhaps on a daily basis, statistics and charts tracing the state of the Covid-19 outbreak. Confirmed cases, recovered cases, active cases, deaths, the infection curve… the list goes on. The data provide a snapshot of how nations and regions are faring in the once-in-a-century pandemic. A closer examination, however, throws up questions about how well the numbers reflect reality. Getting a better grasp of what the data do and don’t show would help us draw better conclusions and lessons.
To the uninitiated, the sheer wealth of global data, collated and published daily by governments as well as institutions suc
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