Scan™ in the Time of Covid-19 Implications of the current pandemic and its effects June 2020
The pandemic seemingly upended markets as we know them. This month, Scan features 18 pandemic-related issues and implications that will help decision makers navigate the uncertainties of the years ahead.
On 6 May 2020, staff in Strategic Business Insights' Menlo Park, California; Croydon, England; and Tokyo, Japan, offices discussed and analyzed more than 100 developments and events that relate to the coronavirus and coronavirus disease 2019 (covid-19), identifying societal, political, commercial, industrial, and technological implications of the covid-19 pandemic and its effects.
The current global situation hopefully will see resolution soon—in particular, the hope is that the health-care crisis will pass quickly; however, the covid-19 pandemic's impact will likely be long lasting. Scan will continue to identify pretrend topics and friction areas in marketplaces at an early stage to help decision makers develop awareness of impending changes.
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Signals of Change
- SoC1161 — Scanning: The Pandemic and Its Implications
- SoC1162 — Pandemic Rise of the New HR
- SoC1163 — Technologies' Roles and the Pandemic
- SoC1164 — The Pandemic's Impacts across Industries
- SoC1165 — Reshuffling Societal and Budgetary Priorities?
- SoC1166 — Scenario Planning for the Pandemic's Aftermath
- P1501 — Misinformation Pandemic
- P1502 — Vulnerability and Inequality during the Pandemic
- P1503 — The Great Working-from-Home Experiment
- P1504 — The Tech Giants and the Pandemic
- P1505 — No-Contact Services
- P1506 — The New Homebodies
- P1507 — Disease and Cure: A Balancing Act
- P1508 — Medical Monitoring and Surveillance Technologies
- P1509 — The Pandemic's Effects on Business Models
- P1510 — The Ascent of Robots during the Pandemic
- P1511 — The Pandemic's Push: Global versus Tribal
- P1512 — Supply-Chain Resilience?