Lessons Learned from COVID Takes Spotlight at World Economic Forum
Set against the backdrop of the war in Ukraine, the persistent COVID-19 pandemic, and global worries around inflation and a broken supply chain, this year was undoubtedly one of the most dynamic gatherings at the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland. Corporate and political leaders from around the world laid out strategies for not just responding to these challenges but sustaining progress that we’ve seen on several fronts over the past few years.
Beyond some of the immediate economic and geopolitical disturbances facing leaders, there were a host of conversations around climate change and environmental, social, and governance – ESG – agendas. And, of course, healthcare was front-and-center. A couple of key themes stood out for me as I wrapped up my time in Davos:
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