The COVID-19 global pandemic has effectively halted the international travel industry with travel bans, cruise lines, and aircrafts grounded, hotels, attractions, and restaurants vacant. Governments everywhere are implementing emergency measures to stimulate their economies during this unprecedented pause, while also working to keep citizens safe. The economies and organizations that will lead the way out
First of all, it is a fact that the blast of airlines had created hundreds of thousands of jobs and brought all continents closer together. However, in the midst of Covid-19, the financial losses of the airlines are enormous. Closed borders, canceled international flights, stuck planes are only a few of the results of Covid-19.
In this age of COVID-19, many companies and individuals have awakened to the idea of the virtual office and working from home. But for many of us in small start-up pharma companies, this has been the reality for many years. Due to the explosive growth of the contract research, development, manufacturing, clinical, marketing, and sales
If the developments in the stock markets during the past month could serve as an economic barometer, then the world economy should soon be out of the crisis again- though it will not be that easy. In the financial markets, a so-called “flash crash” may occur, but fortunately, rarely happens. During the past decades, there
COVID-19 has taken the world by storm. The pandemic has caused utter chaos in the world of work, posing a number of questions that still remain unanswered. In an effort to ‘flatten the curve’ employers around the world are having to make certain business decisions to ensure the safety of their employees and uphold business
With isolation restrictions starting to ease in Australia, we are faced with two options: we can return as quickly as possible to business as usual or we can take this opportunity to reimagine what type of country we want to live, work and raise our children in. For mine, BAU is for the faint hearted
In this troubled time of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, making wise career decisions is more important than ever before. To make good decisions, you need to ask the right questions. The answers may feel uncomfortable, and it’s critically important to sit with this discomfort and face it fully, rather than wish it away and hope
Leaders have a lot on their plates right now. Pandemic presents a multi-dimensional challenge: Public health, operational, and economic crises, all rolled into one. Wrestling this three-headed beast is the metaphorical equivalent of having to walk, chew gum, and juggle chainsaws at the same time. Adding complexity, each crisis demands short- and long-term strategic responses.
Tara Chand is the Founder and CEO of Internet Promise Group Inc., an innovation enterprise active across seven market verticals including human health. Among many breakthrough technologies, he has recently developed a novel therapeutic remedy using fumigation for direct killing of coronavirus, like SARS and COVID19, deep inside the lungs and has tackled complex issues
Around the world, we’re going through an unprecedented period of uncertainty that is affecting all aspects of our lives: personal, emotional, spiritual, physical, and of course commercial. As human beings, when we’re full of anxiety and worry, we double down on what’s most important to us: Our values. The most effective leaders in times of
From 30-day challenges to hiring a llama for Zoom meetings, teams across the world are looking for creative ways to stay connected as much of the world shifts to distributed and hybrid teams. How can companies re-create the magic of sharing a physical space when working exclusively online? How can we allow strong interpersonal bonds
Why I Co-Founded a Diversified Platform Company With a career focused on what’s next, I’ve led multiple technology firms ranging from startups to public companies. My business involvements relate to digital revolutions and how emerging technologies will disrupt our lives. By early 2016, I came to the conclusion that Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality
As uncertainty plagues our communities and the economy, strong and authentic leadership is crucial to finding our own way through this crisis. Organizations need effective leaders at all levels to create a clear and inspiring vision, earn trust, and demonstrate compassion. Having built an award-winning company that employed well over 100 people and built more