In our ongoing series, Leaders League brings you the ideas of some of the world's biggest thinkers on how to reimagine the world post-coronavirus.
As people all over the world emerge, blinking, into the harsh light of the post lockdown world to find economies faltering, a deadly virus everywhere and nowhere, and their way of life changed, changed utterly, they inevitably cast around in search o...
Successful American entrepreneur and renowned venture capitalist Marc Andreessen has published an essay, It's time to build, exposing the West's lack of preparedness and disorganized response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The young New Zealand prime minister has taken the international political and media stages by storm, thanks to an approach to leadership based on homespun charm and authenticity.
American economist Jason Schenker shares his unique vision and the results of his research as a leading futurist and market finance analyst. In The Future After Covid, the best-selling author explores the consequences the Covid-19 crisis.
A visionary entrepreneur with a mercurial personality, Elon Musk has disrupted the payments, energy, aerospace and automobile industries – all before turning 50. And now he dreams of colonizing Mars in his lifetime.
Considered one of the foremost thinkers of our time, the author of the best-selling Sapiens: A brief History of Humankind, Yuval Noah Harari has had a lot to say about the how the world responds to the coronavirus pandemic.
As a scientist by training and a pragmatist by conviction, Isabelle Autissier is wary of preachings related to the "post-Covid era". According to the former navigator turned president of WWF-France, this ‘era’ will involve a radical and collective ch...
Disney chairman Robert Iger has won praise from one of the world’s richest businessmen, Bill Gates, for his book ‘The Ride of a Lifetime’ in which he passes on the lessons he has learnt during his time at the top of one of the world’s most powerful b...
According to the French philosopher and psychoanalyst, Cynthia Fleury, vulnerability is not a dirty word but, rather, is a condition for our autonomy. Fleury dreams of a future world restored to health by the notion, and practice, of care.