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Hope Street - Issue #4

Welcome back to Hope Street, a place where optimism reigns and communal congas are banned! Where the
Hope Street - Issue #4
By Barry, Kirsten, Perry • Issue #4 • View online
Welcome back to Hope Street, a place where optimism reigns and communal congas are banned! Where the adrenaline of March lockdown is now giving way to thoughts about the ‘day after tomorrow’, across our societies. Talented people are coming together to re-examine their existing value proposition as a space to think beyond furlough, austerity, and a misguided belief in fiscal and people control, seems to be emerging.
So, in support of that growing, positive sentiment across the tribes, we have carefully selected some content to help stimulate thinking and recognise that any solution can’t be in a silo – a major part of our own mission as we build the #coalitionofthehopeful.
To the many who’ve subscribed, thank you for your continued support. For those who’ve had this sent to them, then welcome and if you haven’t done so already, then consider subscribing and sharing the newsletter with your wider network if you think it creates value.
Enjoy and remember, stay home - avoid the beach & cut out the conga - protect your NHS! Everything else is for the day-trippers on the road to hell!

The Chernobyl Syndrome Pt II: The Day After Corona Checklist Rik Vera - May 7, 2020
Return to work: HR must prioritise mental health as lockdown eases
Post COVID-19, Coinbase will be a remote-first company
How the workplace will have changed when we return
Possible futures for a post-pandemic travel industry
Hotels Prepare for a post-pandemic World
COVID-19 will force governments to show their hands on the gig economy
Here’s how to build a caring economy for post-pandemic California
The pandemic increases the challenges facing business schools
How companies plan to use technology and testing to bring workers back
Accenture, accelerated: Three years of transformation in three months
That’s the NOW but what NEXT?
We’ve been asked by a few Hope Street residents to cut through the noise and flag up any forthcoming events and webinars, so here’s a couple we recommend but do let us know if you want us to promote any and we’ll include it here in future issues.
Upcoming webinars
The Benchmark for Business webinar features the inimitable Sir Jim Ratcliffe, founder and majority owner of INEOS, the UK’s largest private company. Jim will talk about Leading through Turbulent Times. You can join for free using this zoom link.
Also, the excellent Gartner are running an array of webinars (10 next week!) to ensure you can delve into the discipline relevant to you.
How can you help ? Find our curated content useful? Please subscribe to future issues.
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Stay safe and take care.
Barry, Perry & Kirsten.
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