Can Learning Consume the C-Suite? Why It Will in 2021 & Beyond

Back in 2019, very few businesses were expecting a pandemic. After all, epidemics were things of the past, relegated to the history books. We’d probably never live through one. There was no need for a strategic plan addressing business continuity in case of a pandemic, and no need to make sure every worker was equipped to work from home. It just wasn’t worth planning for.

And then 2020 happened. No one was prepared, but the companies that did the best weren’t just video conferencing companies, streaming providers, or companies who delivered food to people in lockdown  — they were the companies able to change directions quickly, adopting new technology and sometimes even pivoting their business model to take care of their people, their customers, and their bottom line.

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