Covid-19 heralds big changes for how boards and teams work amid a global digital transformation. A stewardship approach can help to manage fracture points.
With lockdown now entering its fourth month, the deep longing for a return to normal is understandable as social distancing requirements continue to actively restrain the world’s economic recovery.
Beyond its devastating public-health consequences, the powerful disruption of Covid-19 has also shown how vulnerable business enterprises are, along with their inability to absorb growing financial burdens, resulting in inevitable wholesale redundancies.
The demand for digital transformation of the workplace has been one clear outcome of the pandemic. Regretfully, this has been accompanied by a ballooning of sovereign debt and the undermini
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