Covid-19 is reshaping core parts of society. Some losses are evident, but the benefits associated with change are at times underestimated. This is also the case with the pandemic.
The pandemic isn't all bad. In terms of work, we now see many benefits with becoming increasingly digitalized: more productive, less sick, and more equal. Let's not let this slip away by bringing back the old normal, writes Anna Rennéus Guthrie.
Societies are going cashless, and there are a lot of benefits to this development. The cashless society is most likely not defined by opportunistic hacking crimes but by smoother payments, and a more connected world.
Estonia is the first country in the world to implement an e-residency, open for application for anyone who runs a business. This is what you need to know to take advantage of what Estonia offers and influence your country in following their lead.
The recent vaccine race could be the first impressive example of how cooperative competition, or coopetition, on a larger scale will fold out in the 2020s, writes Anna Rennéus Guthrie.
More flexibility, higher productivity, higher quality of life, and fewer days of sick leave. Working from home is not without problems, but studies show the benefits outweigh them. It took a pandemic to realize this, writes Anna Rennéus Guthrie.
It's time to release the potential in new technologies and make more democratic and rational decisions than ever before, writes Anna Rennéus Guthrie.