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Where We Left Off: Ten Trends Changing the Post-Pandemic Economy
Since the beginning of 2020 we have been consumed by Covid-19, and for good reasons. Our health systems, our economy and our lives have been impacted by the pandemic in a way that was projected in very few strategic plans. It is not surprising then that the temptation is to think that once this Black Swan event ends, we can flip the lights back on and have all of our economic problems solved. The reality, however, is somewhat more complicated. Even before anyone heard of Covid-19, our world was being transformed by powerful megatrends, and in its aftermath there are other changes afoot. For organizations to grow and prosper in the post-pandemic economy they need to be aware of and ahead of those trends.

Linda Nazareth’s upcoming book, Where We Left Off: Ten Trends Changing the Post-Pandemic Economy, details the economic forces remaking our world and looks at what we need to do to stay ahead of them. From demographic change to the proliferation of artificial intelligence to the need for a reskilling revolution, Where We Left Off provides a guide book to what comes next and how to be ahead of the changes

Feb 9, 2022 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Linda Nazareth
Economist, Futurist and Expert on the Future of Work
Linda Nazareth is an economist, futurist and expert on the future of work. The author of four books, the most recent of which is Work Is Not a Place: Our Lives and Our Organizations in the Post-Jobs Economy (2018) she is also a regular columnist for the Globe and Mail and the Host of podcast ‘Work and the Future’. As a sought-after keynote speaker, Linda’s audiences have spanned a range of audiences and have included clients such as The Economist Magazine, American Express, E & Y and the Bank of Montreal all of whom have benefitted from the way that she can take huge ideas and distill them into information that organizations can use for their own strategic planning purposes.