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Post-Pandemic Megatrends eBook

Few months ago I wrote a number of posts discussing Post-pandemic Megatrends, leveraging on discussions I had as part of the Industry Advisory Board of the Future Direction Committee of IEEe and of the report of the Future Today Institute. I revised the posts based on comments received and more …

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eCommerce boost by pandemic is here to stay

One of the visible impact of the epidemic is the one on eCommerce. Basically everywhere we have seen the lockdown pushing adoption of ecommerce and data aree now showing that the acceleration in adoption with exposure to ecommerce by a broader set of people has changed the market behaviour and …

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Automation impact on jobs: a 2030 forecast

McKinsey has just released an interesting article, in synch with the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, discussing the outlook for automation and related job impact in Japan following the expected recovery from the pandemic. This is expected to lead to increased automation for a number of reasons (and they apply much more …

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Post-Pandemic Scenarios – IX – Future of work

Macro-shift in the Workforce The Digital Transformation is ongoing and it is a major force in reshaping the market, in terms of value perception -thus shifting demands- and in reshaping the way the offer is created. Both of these factors are clearly affecting the workforce in volume, in quality (skills) …

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Pandemic effects on biz are here to stay

An interesting report by McKinsey on the Future of Work after Covid-19 is reporting on the various changes that occurred in the workplace because of the epidemic and the possibility that these changes will become permanent. It is an interesting report, surely worth reading. It is based on thousands of …

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Long lasting pandemic effects on jobs

The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has had a strong impact on the job market and on its evolution. The idea that once the pandemic will be over everything will go back to the previous normal is no longer viable. True, employment levels will start to grow but that will take time, …

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Who is pushing the cart?

The pandemic scare, and the lock-down, pushed people towards on-line shopping, also in areas where going to the shop in person used to be the norm. This is surely the case for groceries. In Italy we have seen grocery stores teaming up with delivery services (usually “riders”) to take the …

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