The Board of Innovation welcomes to the Low Touch Economy: "You get it, the world is changing due to Covid-19. We are not here to tell you that same story, but to look beyond the current news cycle. Which fundamental shifts are here to stay, how will they turn industries upside down, and which strategic options do you have to go on offence."
Read the report "The New Low Touch Economy" by the Board of Innovation and reflect on how to navigate the world after Covid-19:
What if international learning mobility will become a rare opportunity and a more nice-to-have option?
What if the new funding programmes will focus on virtual exchanges rather than live meetings?
What if the need and focus of staff training will shift from international to more local?
What if to save the economy, the resources will drift away from education and social sectors?
What if tensions and mistrust in foreign will continue the lockdown of borders between countries?
What if the only and most important priority for funding will become to tackle consciousness of Covid-19?
What if there will be a need to continue delivering services mostly via Internet?
What if people will be tired of staying so much online that they will prefer something else instead?
We invite organisation managers, educators, youth workers, social workers, trainers and facilitators to reflect on the "What if..." scenarios and take a stand:
Where do you stand like a person and professional in relation to this possible future scenario?
How may the behaviour of your target groups likely to change as a consequence of Covid-19?
What future do you envision for your team or organisation?
Take time to evaluation your situation - discussion decisions where you want to be in the future scenario of Low Touch Economy. Identify short-term and long-term actions you need to take to be where you want to.
Share your reflections, throughs and ideas for a badge "Future Hunter: Low Touch Economy".
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