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COVID-19: What US business leaders should know

COVID-19: What US business leaders should know

Source: PWC
Date of Publication: May 20th, 2020
PWC consulting library
KPMG Insights on the Business implications of coronavirus

KPMG Insights on the Business implications of coronavirus

Source: KPMG
Date of Publication: May 20th, 2020
KPMG consulting library regarding coronavirus across different business sectors
COVID-19 Briefing note_McKinsey

COVID-19 briefing note: May 13, 2020

By: Matt Craven, Mihir Mysore, and Matthew Wilson
Source: McKinsey
Date of Publication: May 13th, 2020
Our latest perspectives on the coronavirus outbreak, the twin threats to lives and livelihoods, and how organizations can prepare for the next normal.
It is not when we go back to work, but how. – Bob Feldman, Vice Chair of ICF Next.

It is not when we go back to work, but how. – Bob Feldman, Vice Chair of ICF Next.

By: Bob Feldman
Source: Page Society
Date of Publication: May 12th, 2020
Continuing our series on the COVID-19 crisis and its implications, many companies are now looking to the future, including when and how employees will return to workplaces. Bob Feldman, Vice Chair of ICF Next, explores the question of how we get back to work, from implementing policies and guidelines that ensure workplace safety to the broader, potentially lasting impact on corporate culture.
Rabin Martin Covid19 briefing

Rabin Martin Covid19 briefing

By: Rabin Martin
Source: Page Society
Date of Publication: May 7th, 2020
On Monday, May 4, world leaders and philanthropic organizations pledged $8.1 billion to the COVID-19 response to support research, manufacturing and distribution of possible diagnostics, vaccines and treatments. Spearheaded by the European Union, the pledging event brought leaders together virtually to highlight the critical need for international cooperation to mitigate the crisis. The U.S., conspicuous by its absence, did not contribute to this coordinated financing pool.
Evolving Culture Through the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond

Evolving Culture Through the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond

By: Page Society
Source: Page Society
Date of Publication: May 14th, 2020
This week we convened Page and Page Up members for a discussion on how cultures are being evolved, sometimes organically and sometimes intentionally. The discussion was fundamentally about two different issues: how to manage and tap into cultural strengths to sustain the business now, and how to start thinking about very different cultural and emotional issues that can be expected down the road. One participant referred to both in saying, “There are things beyond our control, but we will focus on the things we can.”
Hot Topics: COVID-19 from the Healthcare Perspective

Hot Topics: COVID-19 from the Healthcare Perspective

By: Page Society
Source: Page Society
Date of Publication: May 7th, 2020
To offer a window into these aspects of COVID-19 response, Page held a Hot Topics call for Page and Page Up members featuring perspectives from several organizations - a healthcare system that treated the first COVID-19 patient in the U.S., one of the largest national clinical laboratories in the U.S., a leader in RNA-based drug discovery and a leader in messenger RNA-based vaccines. Here are some takeaways from that discussion, led by Orest Holubec, chief communication officer for Providence.
Coronavirus Lessons from Levi’s

Coronavirus Lessons from Levi’s

By: Page Society
Source: Page Society
Date of Publication: March 31st, 2020
On March 26, Page and Page Up held a member call on coronavirus moderated by Page Up member Sherry Scott, President at Gagen MacDonald, with a presentation by Levi Strauss & Co.’s Elizabeth Owen, vice president of business performance and workplace communication, and Kate Wagner, senior director of corporate affairs for Europe. They led a discussion about the company’s recent response to the outbreak, including new guidelines for employee work and travel throughout the crisis and investment in strategic partnerships.
Tackling coronavirus (COVID‑19) Contributing to a global effort

Tackling coronavirus (COVID‑19) Contributing to a global effort

By: OECD
Source: OECD
OECD What are the impacts and consequences of the coronavirus pandemic on our lives and our societies – and what are some of the solutions we can find to boost our healthcare systems, secure our businesses, maintain our jobs and education, and stabilise financial markets and economies?
The Insight. The latest trends from The Harris Poll

The Insight. The latest trends from The Harris Poll

By: Harris Poll
Source: Harris Poll
Date of Publication: April 13th, 2020
In Wave 7 of The Harris Poll COVID-19 Tracker fielded April 11-13, 2020, all attention shifts from abject fear to restarting the economy, safely. Both in households and in businesses, fundamental assumptions are being re-thought about daily living. And if the worst is indeed behind us, Americans remain wary of going back to life as it was before. Contactless service, hygienic sourcing and at safe distance experiences are just a small part of the new not-so-normal economy. Based on these themes, our team has curated key insights to help you navigate the coronavirus. Full survey results and business implications can be found at The Harris Poll COVID-19 Portal. We will continue to actively field and provide insights on a regular cadence to keep you informed of the shifts in sentiment and behaviors as the news and guidelines evolve.