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A consequence of the coronavirus pandemic is that we must adapt how we work, but will this result in the big changes that some are predicting? Tom Wood explores some of the overlooked challenges the crisis has presented.

The Covid-19 pandemic has led to an increase in remote and flexible working on a large scale. Is this the end of the traditional office – or are there benefits to office life that shouldn’t be overlooked? 

What are the characteristics of good crisis leadership? John Miller looks at the skills needed to lead effectively during the coronavirus pandemic.

How the coronavirus crisis will become a defining moment in the digital transformation of many firms and society in general...

Video calling has been vital in helping us communicate through the coronavirus pandemic – but are we at risk of video call fatigue?

The coronavirus pandemic has presented a number of unprecedented challenges for businesses, including reputational as well as economic risks. How can businesses navigate the crisis, and what lessons can be learned?

The World Trade Organisation gained some headlines recently with projections that World Trade will fall between 13-32% in 2020 under the weight of current coronavirus disruption. David Millett considers the wider impact for businesses and international trade.

With the coronavirus outbreak dominating news headlines and impacting hugely on our day-to-day lives, how can we look after, not just our physical health, but our mental health during the crisis?

When working on a project, or proposing work for a client, it can sometimes be difficult to estimate the time needed to undertake the activities to the required standard and budget. Here are some basics steps you can take to help you estimate time effectively. 

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