Fueling the Next Wave of Innovation

Expert advice and helpful resources for companies on leading through a crisis
Helpful Resources from Global Experts

Over the last few months business leaders, think tanks, research firms, and other thought leaders have shared a wealth of resources to help companies survive, recover, and reinvent their brand in a post-pandemic world. We've curated a collection of resources for anyone looking to get another point of view or take a deeper dive.


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TED Talk: Dan Schulman: The future of capitalism, commerce and cash
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Leading Through a Pandemic: Lessons from the Great Recession
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One Question at a Time: Whole Brand Thinking Applied to COVID-19
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How to Transition to Remote Work in a Hurry: Zapier
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Webinar: The Role of Voice Technology in a Post-Pandemic World
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MIT Technology Review: Leadership in the AI Era
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TED Talk: Dan Schulman: The future of capitalism, commerce and cash
play
Leading Through a Pandemic: Lessons from the Great Recession
play
One Question at a Time: Whole Brand Thinking Applied to COVID-19
play
How to Transition to Remote Work in a Hurry: Zapier
play
Webinar: The Role of Voice Technology in a Post-Pandemic World
play
MIT Technology Review: Leadership in the AI Era
Dr. Art Markman
Professor of Psychology
University of Texas at Austin
One of the things we all need to be thinking about is the importance of community in our personal lives, but also in our business lives. Business can often be a very cutthroat place in which we succeed in part by making sure our competitors do not succeed. And I think we need to rethink that over the next several years.
Dr. Kumar Mehta
Founder, Bridges Insight
& Author of The Innovation Biome
Innovation has always accelerated whenever there has been a major change—whether it's a pandemic, a war, a flood or just something that's really shaken up society. Innovation increased after both World Wars. If you go back further in history, the biggest pandemic or calamity to hit us was the great plague in the mid 1300s and that basically gave birth to modern society.