Blog | 01 Dec 2021

From Chaotic to Connected: Becoming an interconnected business

View the on-demand version of the webcast, “From Chaotic to Connected: Becoming an interconnected business.” The webcast features experts from Oxford Economics who share insights and recommendations on how adopting an interconnected management style is critical to navigate the kinds of disruptions we faced in 2020 and to support future growth.
Watch and listen to the full excerpt from the webcast below:

 

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