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The pandemic has demonstrated the potential of self-sufficient production. Is this the future?
The drive to develop new ideas and foster change during an emergency can be cultivated even without a crisis.
Managers must seek and cultivate new skills in the IT workforce to create digital business value.
Developing truly innovative strategy requires workshopping your own company’s disruption.
Past pandemics changed the course of history, but our knowledge economy may limit the impact of COVID-19.
Three uncertainties confront any disruptive innovation: technology, ecosystem, and business model.
Innovators need to develop their innovation capital so they can turn their ideas into reality.
COVID-19’s impact on in-person work and global value chains may slow down innovation, too.
Use a networked approach to manage distributed innovation across teams, units, and regions.
The race to develop treatments and a vaccine for COVID-19 highlights the value of repurposing solutions.