By Robert Skidelsky. Why we must end our dogmatic reliance on global supply chains and adopt “just-in-case” thinking.
By Paul Polman: Business models are going through a torture test. Why exceptional situations require exceptional leaders.
By Lord Martin Rees: Covid-19 should not have been an unexpected curveball. Why this pandemic is a rare opportunity to change how we manage extreme risk.
Pleased to join interesting & thought-provoking workshop on-line this morning organised by @Think_Unthink & @DreamsnDetails Academy. Real enemy now=CONFORMITY— David Grayson (@DavidGrayson_) June 3, 2020
Very much like mantra of: "Adapt, Survive & then Thrive!"
Bravo @HayFestival. From #Covid #lockdown to 550,000 registrations globally. You achieved the #unthinkable to #imaginetheworld. So many #leaders must take inspiration from this huge innovation success. pic.twitter.com/VqmH39ShgM— Think Unthinkable (@Think_Unthink) June 2, 2020
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