In unprecedented times, how can chief executives plan, future-proof their organisation and navigate what’s to come? And will being agile and boosting productivity be enough?
The coronavirus pandemic has been a catalyst for some of the world’s biggest brands to open online stores serving products direct to consumers’ homes. But will the popularity of this relatively new purchasing model last as shops start to reopen?
Hong Kong’s special status as a global financial centre could be in jeopardy due to China’s new security law aimed at tackling secession, subversion and foreign interference
Organisations across the world are finding themselves newly vulnerable to cybercriminals looking to exploit mass uncertainty, but this could be just the push needed to transform cybersecurity.
How are organisations pivoting their sales functions to succeed when the coronavirus crisis ends? And what strategies are going to ensure success in the long term?
Adversity often gives rise to innovation and a boost in productivity, and the coronavirus outbreak looks set to be no different, prompting a new attitude to digital technology
Depending on where you are in the world, the political landscape is likely to determine whether or not the public embraces civil uses of biometric authentication as a force for good or sees it as an enabler of mass surveillance
The coronavirus pandemic has rattled, or in some cases completely dislocated, supply chains the world over, but some see this as an opportunity to drive real change in the system