Our latest perspectives on the coronavirus outbreak, the twin threats to lives and livelihoods, and how organizations can prepare for the next normal.
Already vulnerable, minority-owned small businesses brace for disproportionate impact. Here’s how to help.
The $10 trillion in stimulus measures that policy makers have allocated could be decisive for the world’s low-carbon transition. Here’s how organizations can bring economic and environmental priorities together.
As packaging companies emerge from the COVID-19 crisis, they need to readjust their focus and raise their game—while negotiating ongoing shifts in the industry.
Kate Walsh shares how Boston Medical Center, New England’s largest safety-net hospital, has had to adapt to the pandemic—and why there’s no going back.
The strengths and weaknesses of individual economies vary. But if artificial intelligence is to fulfill its promise, every country needs a plan for how best to use it.
Mining companies enduring the first wave of COVID-19 effects on their operating models need to think about responding across five horizons.
How to establish a cash culture that balances urgent short-term needs with longer-term competitive considerations
With COVID-19 disrupting the equipment and services markets, machinery and industrial automation companies need a rapid recovery strategy.
Survey results show that senior leaders have increasingly prioritized stakeholder engagement, which remains a challenge for many companies. Certain capabilities distinguish companies that have met the challenge.