Despite unprecedented challenges, many small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) around the world have shown remarkable resilience and capacity to reinvent themselves, write Tera Allas, Michael Birshan, Anthony Impey, Charlie Mayfield, Jan Mischke, and Jonathan Woetzel in Harvard Business Review.
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Time is running out for Korea’s business leaders who don’t have a climate strategy, writes Jonathan Woetzel in The Korea Times.
There’s a brief window to reduce American dependence on fragile, overseas supply chains for critical products in areas like healthcare, tech and defense—and create new jobs to power the American economy, writes Katy George in Market Watch.
As US factories are struggling to keep up with demand, it’s a now or never moment to make domestic manufacturing more competitive, write Katy George and Eric Chewning in Industry Today.
The future of productivity and economic growth in the US and Europe is uncertain. This column reviews evidence from eight economic sectors to lay out the key conditions for sustained recovery from the Covid-19 crisis. It suggests that the weak productivity growth that followed the[…]
The danger now is that the pandemic-era acceleration of automation and digitalization impedes growth in labor income and consumption, write Laura Tyson and Jan Mischke in Project Syndicate.
Serving the interests of stakeholders, employees, communities and the broader public is not necessarily at odds with the imperative of profit, write Jan Mischke, Jonathan Woetzel, and Michael Birshan in Milken Institute Review.
A sustained recovery to an economy with full employment and ample “good jobs” will require a significant reallocation of workers from the low-wage, low-skill positions that have been eliminated to new ones requiring higher skills and more training, write Laura Tyson and Susan Lund in[…]
Although some government pandemic-support programs have combined ambitious design with effective delivery, many fall short in one or both areas, write Anu Madgavkar and Olivia White in Project Syndicate.
Only by working together can governments, scientists, businesses, and the public unleash the power of biology for good while effectively managing the risks, write Matthias Evers and Michael Chui in Project Syndicate.