Many CEOs have found their crisis management frameworks inadequate, requiring more dynamic approaches that are better at “sensing and responding”.
The path to recovery from Covid-19 remains unclear. The general consensus is that we face a protracted period with many restrictions still in place, and that even after the initial recovery phase, business will not return to “normal”.
The pandemic will leave permanent marks—not just a deep global recession from which it will take some time to recover, but also huge disruption to many industries that will both pose severe challenges and usher in new opportunities.
From day one of the looming crisis, Arthur D. Little management consultants started a dialogue with its network of CEOs, through a series of 25 one-hour virtual meetings,
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