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American companies are racing to commercialize technologies that can turn almost any kind of waste into clean hydrogen fuel.

Elements of the agriculture and food industries that have been slow to adopt technology are feeling the most pain from the coronavirus pandemic.

Electric vehicle makers hope to roll out super long-lasting batteries. That raises interesting questions about resources, performance—and a battery's second act.

Plannability is an illusion at a time when uncertainty and uncertainty are normal. Corona shows us that companies and people must develop resilience, which is more than just the will to survive.

Getting products from one place to another with as little human contact as possible is becoming an imperative for businesses as retailers, warehouses and transport providers adapt to the coronavirus pandemic, seeking to minimize the risk of infections to their employees and customers.

As the novel coronavirus has reached Europe, for the first time a global supply chain risk was "created". The (potential) threats are more serious than in previous incidents. The current concrete massive effects make it clear that no company should take risk management lightly.

In the last few months, manufacturers have called some of their fundamental assumptions into question. Nowhere is this more true than with business and operating models. A period of unprecedented disruption has revealed new vulnerabilities, and stressed existing systems to their breaking points. Traditional methods for creating value find themselves on uncertain ground.

Do you know how to establish a robust sense and respond organization that is ready to react, with agility and speed, to unforeseen value chain disruptions?

Executives should use increased agility and distributed teams to future-proof the organization.

Learn the two key characteristics Chinese organizations demonstrated during the coronavirus outbreak.

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