Three paths to restart

-Three broad strategies for fighting the coronavirus and restarting the economy have emerged, but it’s clear we need a coordinated global effort that includes sharing of data and best practices.

-A small subset of governments, like South Korea and New Zealand, moved quickly to crush and contain the spread of COVID-19.

-Most countries were unable to contain the initial outbreak and moved to flatten and fight.

-It’s too early to draw conclusions about Sweden’s sustain and support model.

The world is in transition. The COVID-19 pandemic is straining healthcare systems, government fiscal capacity and the ability of many organizations to cope with the changes wrought by the virus and the response to it.

The level of uncertainty for most leaders is unprecedented – and most frameworks for planning and problem solving are unable to manage the geographic variability, uncertainty and exponential change brought by the crisis.

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