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Thought Leadership

With remote working platforms, like Zoom, Slack and Skype seeing a huge spike in demand, the period of COVID-19 will serve as a reckoning for remote work in general, and may help to spur on digital transformation, out of sheer necessity.

We are in the midst of one of the longest running periods of growth in the U.S. economy. In fact, we are currently in the midst of one of the longest business expansion cycles ever.

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to dramatically impact the global economy, with unemployment levels we have not seen for 90 years, all businesses are creating new forecasts, considering new lines of revenue and looking for creative and resourceful solutions to daunting new challenges.

For many Americans right now, the scale of the coronavirus crisis calls to mind 9/11 or the 2008 financial crisis—events that re-shaped society in lasting ways, from how we travel and buy homes, to the level of security and surveillance we’re accustomed to, and even to the language we use.

In a 1959 speech, John F. Kennedy famously said: “When written in Chinese, the word ‘crisis’ is composed of two characters—one represents danger, and one represents opportunity.” Although today it is widely recognized that this is not the correct interpretation of the Chinese characters,...

“This too shall pass.”

This general sentiment is often expressed in literature throughout history and across cultures, although the specific phrase seems to have originated in the writings of medieval Persia.

The global consulting market, including operations, management, strategy, IT and HR advisory, has showcased high growth over the past ten years. Initial projections in 2020 suggested that the market would rise progressively through 2023. And, although the COVID-19 global pandemic has certainly...

Right now is the time to actively seek to help your clients in any way, even if it doesn't fall into your typical book of services. Clients will appreciate the work you do now to support them during this time. And, they'll remember the gesture for years to come.

According to the International Monetary Fund, in a baseline scenario--which assumes that the pandemic fades in the second half of 2020 and containment efforts can be gradually unwound—the global economy is projected to grow by 5.8 percent in 2021 as economic activity normalizes, helped by policy...

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