Peter and Dan discuss the ways in which today’s pandemic will fundamentally reshape a handful of industries, from commercial aviation to education. For most of us, we will not be returning to business as usual. Rather, we will see the emergence of redefined and reorganized companies, made resilient by their need to adapt to new market conditions.
In this episode:
- Peter and Dan evaluate a number of possible outcomes for the airplane and travel industries, as countless businesses adapt to the new paradigm of working-from-home.
- Dan makes the case for his prediction that while technology will continue to globalize, almost every other aspect of everyday life will localize.
- Peter and Dan delve into the future of education. As schools determine whether to pursue an additional semester of online learning, and parents play an increasingly pedagogical role, how will tomorrow’s classrooms adapt, and what impacts will we see on learning?