1 Something new or different introduced as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic
With the world in the grip of a pandemic, business leaders are now being forced to come up with new ways to deliver their existing product or service despite disrupted supply chains, or, as demand collapses amid self-isolation, create new ones.
While companies seek to preserve cash to stay liquid as revenues dry up, fresh investments are perhaps the last thing on most bosses' minds. As a result, some firms are changing the very way they innovate and discovering ways to do things differently without huge outlays―liberating firms to experiment with radical new ideas.
From open innovation to the rapid application of technology, join us as we welcome Dr Marc Sinukas, Head of the Innovation Practice, Deloitte and Nathania Christy Head of Global Insight Network at TrendWatching to highlight examples of CoVinnovation and share insights on how to use the crisis as a catalyst for change.