Personal stories and leadership insights on the impact of the global Coronavirus outbreak
Coronavirus shows why the West must urgently transform its economic logic
By Robert Skidelsky. Why we must end our dogmatic reliance on global supply chains and adopt “just-in-case” thinking.
Why leadership must learn fast from the COVID-19 crisis – some hopeful signs
By Paul Polman: Business models are going through a torture test. Why exceptional situations require exceptional leaders.
Why a flawed view of existential risk must change radically
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.