As the new economic reality starts to take hold, a high level of strategic reflection remains crucial for businesses to remain resilient and forward-looking. Now, more than ever, leaders need to demonstrate this resilience - and that they can not only respond effectively in this time of crisis, but recover and thrive throughout it and into the future.
When the sense of normality is back, what will the new normal look like? How is it going to affect business and operations?
While it is critical to first react adequately to the crisis, planning the resilient strategy to overcome the disruption and getting prepared to realise the future is crucial to stepping out of the crisis with new strength, new experience and opportunities.
To address these issues, BDO has launched a series of leadership podcasts, with the strong central theme #TIMETOLEAD. In each podcast edition, one of our global leaders shares his or her personal views on a particular topic, approaching their topic from a global business perspective.
This Edition below features Chris Smith, BDO’s Global Head of Audit, who talks about working with digital nomads. They have been around for several years now, however Covid-19 has made the world a virtual laboratory to test their effectiveness to work in virtual teams, as well as the need to amplify the digital platforms or pressure the other members of the workforce to become digital nomads also, etc.
Listen to the podcast on Soundcloud:
To listen to other Editions of #TIMETOLEAD, please visit the dedicated microsite or click on the episode of your interest directly below:
THE CHANGING FACE OF CLIENT SERVICE
MAINTAINING DIGITAL ACCELERATION
GLOBALISATION & THE MID-MARKET
BUILDING A SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS
THE POWER OF PURPOSE
THE ASIAN RESILIENCE