Tag Archives: Resilience

Beyond growth: Towards economic approach (OECD)

The OECD has just published: Beyond Growth – Towards a New Economic Approach. We are facing a series of converging planetary emergencies linked to the environment, the economy, and our social and political systems, but we will not meet these challenges using the tools of the last century. We need to rethink the role of the […]
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Igniting individual purpose in times of crisis (McKinsey)

By Naina Dhingra, Jonathan Emmett, Andrew Samo, and  Bill Schaniger In these stressful, surreal times, it’s understandable for CEOs to fixate on urgent corporate priorities at the expense of more intangible, personal considerations. How important is getting your people to think about their “purpose in life” right now when you’re worried about their well-being—not to mention […]
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2020 Global human capital trends report (Deloitte)

This year’s report, our 10th annual, is the world’s largest longitudinal study of HR, talent, and related topics ever conducted. It draws on the insights of nearly 9,000 survey respondents from 119 countries and includes actionable strategies and stories from organizations that are at the forefront of putting the social enterprise to work. Our 2020 Global […]
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Career advice for a changing world (PWC)

By Blair Sheppard   The impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the global economy and people’s lives have been devastating. Unemployment on a massive scale will go hand in hand with an exponential rise in national debts, which in turn will constrain government relief for the unemployed and will increase the tax burden for businesses and […]
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5 ways entrepreneurs and SMEs can build resilience in a coronavirus economy (WEF)

There’s a proverb that goes: “The best time to plant a tree is 20 years ago. The next best time is right now.” The naturally vulnerable Small to Medium Enterprise (SME) and entrepreneur sector would have done well to build their resilience prior to COVID-19. But if they didn’t, as with so many, right now […]
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