Shifting Landscapes: Rethinking Recovery, Continuity and Sustainability
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many countries to introduce drastic social distancing measures, travel restrictions, state of emergency declarations, and, in some cases, social lockdowns. While it is essential that we comply with all restrictions, it is important that we begin to understand the significant, longer-term impact of these measures on people, communities and organizations worldwide.
The Sprott School of Business at Carleton University recognizes that we need to come together to learn from each other, ask for help and share our experiences and resources. To accomplish this, we are bringing together global experts from Sprott and beyond to provide a dynamic, digital forum to discuss bold and emergent questions on the post-COVID business landscape.
We invite you to join us in this conversation.
Explore the Video Gallery
We have invited experts and leaders representing a wide range of sectors and industries around the globe to share their vision and views on what the future business landscape could be. We asked them to answer: What do you think the future will be like? What COVID traditions have you adopted that you would like to keep? What is unlikely to happen, but of those unlikely things, what could go well?
Join in a Viritual Roundtable Discussion
The Sprott School of Business is hosting virtual roundtable discussions, moderated by Sprott faculty, to further conversations on issues, challenges and solutions of relevance for navigating the future. Dive deeper into the questions explored in the Shifting Landscapes videos and stretch your mind to new ideas by participating in a roundtable!
- There are no roundtables scheduled at present. Please stay tuned for news of future events this fall.
Past virtual roundtables have included: Entrepreneurship and Small Business (June 4, 2020), Social Finance and Social Purpose Organizations (June 16, 2020), Indigenous Economic Development (June 30, 2020), and Creative and Cultural Industries (July 28, 2020).
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