COVID-19 is increasing the divide between companies that understand intangible assets and companies that don’t.
Without new films, audiences and revenue, will there be any cinemas remaining to show films by 2022?
Is a gender-lens on public policy needed to ensure an equitable future of work?
A post-pandemic era will require us to embrace new definitions of leadership—and apply new approaches to teaching and learning.
Will productivity remain the undisputed focal point of organisations?
Is the social conscience of Australian investors strong enough to increase their impact investments?
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?
This week: working from home, hybrid offices, climate, Gen Z, AI and UBI, the surprising lessons we’ve learned from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
Everyone eats. Grocery shopping will never vanish, but how we transact the action of buying food in store will evolve after the pandemic.
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.