Corona Business Insights
The COVID-19 pandemic is a transformative global event, requiring fresh thinking. A year on, we are still grappling with what COVID-19 means for the future of business.
As COVID-19 sets out to change the world forever, join Sandra Peter and Kai Riemer in this limited series to think about what’s to come in the future of business.
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As remote work continues for many people, what is Zoom fatigue and what to do about it, and how are videoconferencing platforms adapting their services to the hybrid future?
We look at lessons learned from the use of digital contact tracing apps, launched with great promise early in the pandemic, but now largely regarded as ineffective by many countries.
It only takes sixty days to form a habit, so after nine months of people working from home, how is transport changing in our cities?
Working from home and big tech gains spark debate about taxes and taxation as we look to tackle the economic effects of the pandemic.
How are cities changing and adapting during the pandemic? We talk with urban geographer Dr Dallas Rogers on how COVID-19 is reshaping urban areas.
We look at how business models have changed in response to the pandemic with businesses seizing new opportunities, making emergency pivots or more sustained adaptations to how they deliver value for customers.
We catch up on the latest in digital contact tracing, both in the public sphere and emerging corporate solutions.
From establishing networks and meeting colleagues to learning organisational culture, what’s it like starting a new job when working remotely during a pandemic?