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      Hear it from the CEOs: How to Rebuild Post Covid-19

      Esther Fedorkevich of The Fedd Agency

      Esther Fedorkevich of The Fedd Agency

      I would encourage others to not focus on the negative aspects of COVID, but find the positive and then innovate. I’ve talked to a lot of people who just took a break these last few months, but I’ve really taken...

      Haresh Mirpuri of Aranyani

      Haresh Mirpuri of Aranyani

      I would always call on the fashion fraternity to first and foremost avoid any waste that our industry dumps into the environment. I also would encourage everyone to avoid monetary waste and focus on creating products that will build the...

      James Kornacki of Üllo

      James Kornacki of Üllo

      One of the biggest challenges managing an organization is the ability to separate the important from the unimportant. This can be challenging in the best of times, but it gets even harder during a crisis. To help with this, I’ve...

      Stacey Epstein of ServiceMax

      Stacey Epstein of ServiceMax

      Don’t forget that people are behind everything you do. The more you understand your people, how they feel, what they need, and how they work best, the better collective performance you will achieve.

      Anousheh Ansari of The XPRIZE Foundation

      Anousheh Ansari of The XPRIZE Foundation

      Automation is driving technology — but at what cost? It is especially prevalent in the service industry, which minimizes risks in future problems, but it’s disruptive in the loss of jobs, and some of these jobs will never return.

      Adam Smith of ACCO

      Adam Smith of ACCO

      Define your VCP “Value Creation Position.” In other words, what are your resources and capabilities, and what activity system do you use to drive these? Every successful business needs a competitive advantage, so focus on what makes you different.

      Victor Ho of Fivestars

      Victor Ho of Fivestars

      We need to remember that even when many of us are operating at a distance, relationships are still the key to overcome the devastation of COVID-19. No small business can survive unless their local community and business leaders are committed...

      Tom Nelson of Zero Halliburton

      Tom Nelson of Zero Halliburton

      Now that businesses have become used to employees working remotely in large scale, I think there is a great opportunity to tap into talent that we might not have had access to before. For example, if you are a corporation...