- There is huge potential for digitization and innovation to add value to society and to contribute to public health, the environment and biodiversity.
- A successful digital transformation will involve empowering people to work in new ways, including reskilling and upskilling.
- Cross-sector collaboration will play a pivotal role in allowing us to ‘build-back better’ from the current crisis.
For some time now, we have been in a new stage of transformation where corporations and countries are focused on equipping themselves with advanced technologies and new business models in order to stay relevant and competitive in a fast-changing world.
COVID-19 has presented one of the most formidable challenges in recent history to governments, businesses, and society. Many consider it to be the ultimate tipping point for the 21st-century. The pandemic is a wake-up call for companies to have a plan to deal with disruptions to ensure business continuity. It is also a watershed moment that will signal the fast-track acceleration process for digitization throughout society.
Read the Full Article on the WEF website: How digitization and innovation can make the post-COVID world a better place