Our 2021 Corporate Longevity Forecast explores innovation during the COVID pandemic and the disruptive forces that making their way through fast-growing “hybrid industries” like digital healthcare, retail-tainment, and e-mobility. Read our latest report.
How do can we make virtual meetings go from a painful necessity to a productive tool? To shake up the status quo, the authors of Eat, Sleep, Innovate, suggest using behavior enablers, artifacts, and nudges (BEANs) to make desired behaviors habitual. Read the full article in Harvard Business Review.
Future-back thinking can help leaders set and achieve their new work paradigm so it’s not replacing one dogma with another. Read the full article from Harvard Business Review.
COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on the U.S. health care system. As devastating as these effects have been, there is reason for guarded optimism. “Big event” disruptions like the pandemic present incredible challenges but also offer unique opportunities. Read the full article in Population Health Management.
When Kitchens Go Dark: How COVID-19 Could Transform the Restaurant Industry
COVID-19 is accelerating three disruptive forces that are reshaping the future of the food industry. Which types of restaurants are the most vulnerable? Read the full executive briefing.
As business and government leaders look to reopen their economies, the stakes couldn’t be higher. Leaders should apply three principles to what may be the most consequential decision of their careers. Read the full article from Harvard Business Review.
Whether in times of crisis—like the current COVID-19 pandemic—or in times of relative stability, leading with a vision and articulating a strategic path forward is crucial for long-term business success. Read the full article from Harvard Business Review.
The consequences of the coronavirus pandemic and the economic upheaval seem impossible to predict. The right lenses and frameworks can help business leaders navigate today’s turbulence and find opportunities to innovate. Read the full executive briefing.
Understanding how recent shifts in consumer behavior will play out longer term will better position companies for growth in the recovery. Read our new executive briefing.
Pandemic-imposed isolation is necessitating virtual collaboration, and corporate executives are not exempt. Applying the right set of alignment strategies, executives can conduct virtual meetings as effectively as in-person meetings – and even reap unique advantages. Read the full executive briefing.
Posing 10 questions can help executives to both zoom out to big-picture implications and zoom in to near-term threats and opportunities. Read the full executive briefing.
Eight tangible steps companies can take to build resilience and stem the impending economic ramifications of COVID-19. Read the full executive briefing.
Watch a panel discussion with Innosight Partners who have been on the front lines supporting clients in a range of industries as they share perspectives and stories about how global companies are turning today’s ambiguity into tomorrow’s opportunity.
While we don’t know the full extent of the Coronavirus’s business impact, the crisis will highlight a range of longer-term strategy questions that leaders will need to ask. Read the full executive briefing.
History shows that “big-event disruptions” can create opportunities for innovation. Watch the on-demand webcast with Scott Anthony and Dave Duncan where they explore how to find the silver lining in today’s environment, here.
Watch Mark Johnson, co-founder and senior partner at Innosight, and Innosight partner Josh Suskewicz, coauthors of the new book Lead from the Future in the on-demand webcast here.
Additional resources for navigating disruption
It is impossible to overestimate the gravity of the present Coronavirus crisis. The leaders who manage the day-to-day and lead with a vision and strategic path forward will emerge from the crisis with companies that are stronger and more resilient than they were before.
In today’s brutal economic pandemic, executives must pare costs to the bone while planting and nurturing seeds for tomorrow’s growth. The Silver Lining explains how to master this seemingly impossible challenge.
We can’t know for sure what the future holds. But we can be certain that the right approach, informed by the right mindsets, guided by the right actions, can help you confidently move forward.
Disruption is a process that plays out over time, sometimes quickly and completely, other times slowly and incompletely. Clayton Christensen describes a systematic way to chart the path and pace of disruption to fashion a more complete strategic response.
Find out the stimulus resources available to your organization.
Lead from the Future: How Higher Education Can Overcome Crisis-Induced Backlash Against Online Education
Needless to say, the onrush of the COVID-19 crisis provided limited opportunity for a disciplined approach to reimagining the future of education delivery, write Peter Stokes and Mark Johnson.