No mundo pós-coronavírus, não podemos dar passos para trás. Yunus: “Antes de reiniciarmos a economia, devemos ter em mente que tipo de economia queremos” (Divulgação/Divulgação) Neste momento, o mundo todo precisa lidar com uma grande questão.
E não se trata de como fazer a economia crescer novamente. Teremos um ‘novo normal’ após a Covid-19, diz co-fundadora do Nubank. Foto: Divulgação Quando captou US$ 400 milhões na última rodada de investimentos, em julho de 2019, o Nubank nem sonhava que enfrentaria uma das maiores crises econômicas globais, catalisada por uma pandemia.
Em meio às incertezas da Covid-19, o maior banco digital do mundo ocupa uma posição um pouco mais privilegiada que outras tantas fintechs, que têm sentido os golpes da crise. No último mês, por exemplo, o Nubank contratou 138 funcionários e teve R$ 9,5 bilhões em depósitos na conta digital de pessoa física. Já a média diária de novos usuários – alcançada em meados de 2019 e que se estendeu a 2020, soma pouco mais de 40 mil clientes. Future Shock is Here: A Future Now Special Edition. The far-reaching consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic are a stark reminder that global shocks will always be part of life.
While shocks, by definition, are unpredictable, it doesn’t mean you can’t prepare for them. In fact, the purpose of futures thinking (like the kind we do at IFTF) is to develop practical tools, skills, and other capacities to anticipate, survive, and even benefit from disruptions of all kinds. O que vem depois da pandemia? – Meio & Mensagem. A Long Time Until the Economic New Normal.
We are in the middle of a historic rupture in the economic fabric of our society.
The COVID-19 pandemic has already had a pervasive impact on the United States, and economic and financial market experts are hotly debating how quickly the economy will recover once we get “on the other side” of the contagion and the enormous pressures it has placed on our health care system. Although it is too early to estimate the exact economic impact, it is likely that full recovery of economic activity, including GDP growth, jobs, and unemployment, will take at least a year, and likely much longer. One group of economic commentators, including the president, argue that once we get to the point of health care stabilization, the economy will take off very rapidly, and we will be able to quickly recover the lost economic activity and growth rates.
I was supposed to leave for Sudan in February but travel abroad was suspended by the Danish government. How to Build a Post-Covid “New Normal” Until that happens, we need to assume that Americans will continue to come down with Covid-19.
The new normal. It is increasingly clear that the current downturn is fundamentally different from recessions of recent decades.
We are experiencing not merely another turn of the business cycle, but a restructuring of the economic order. For some organizations, near-term survival is the only agenda item. Others are peering through the fog of uncertainty, thinking about how to position themselves once the crisis has passed and things return to normal. E se ficar em casa for o novo normal? Bradesco BBI estima impactos para Ambev e frigoríficos. SÃO PAULO – Na Segunda Guerra Mundial, a ocupação de postos de trabalho masculinos por mulheres era para ser uma situação temporária, enquanto os homens estavam nos campos de batalha.
O novo normal é o incerto. A ideia de que a economia global estava prestes a entrar em um novo ciclo de normalidade após os desequilíbrios iniciados em 2008 começava a ganhar trânsito.
Covid-19, como o futuro aprende com o agora? During a Pandemic, We Urgently Need to Stretch Our Imagination. Writing this from Italy, I am also writing to you from your own future.
From our state of emergency, we have been watching the crisis unfold in the United States with a terrible sense of foreboding. Please stop waiting for others to tell you what to do; stop blaming the government for doing too much or too little. We all have actions we can take to slow the spread of the disease — and ensuring that your own household has enough canned goods and cleaning supplies is not enough. Our New Historical Divide: B.C. and A.C. — the World Before Corona and the World After. 48 – The Post Corona World – Matthias Horx. The world after corona according to trend forecasters. „It's the end of the world as we know it (I had some time alone)“ - this R.E.M. hit song seems more than appropriate in view of the worldwide wave of social isolation and lockdowns as preventive measures in the fight against the coronavirus.
The chorus ends in “and I feel fine” and that is what trend forecasters are currently predicting: That the world as we know it is dissolving.