We are here to help New Zealand organisations navigate the COVID-19 crisis successfully
We sincerely want New Zealand to come through these challenging times as well as possible. We have been thinking deeply about COVID-19 and its implications for New Zealand and leaders of New Zealand organisations. As the crisis has evolved, we have released briefing reports on important developments and implications of COVID-19, and matching summaries of leading thinking from around the world.
The implications of COVID-19 on New Zealand’s strategy
29 May 2020
Our sixth update considers what a successful national strategy looks like in the wake of COVID-19 and includes an article where we propose a strategy that will help New Zealand achieve social, environmental and economic success as a country through and after the COVID-19 crisis.
Long-term COVID-19 scenarios and the new normal
15 May 2020
The fifth update identifies four long-term scenarios for New Zealand following COVID-19. We propose approaches for using scenarios to support strategy development during periods of high uncertainty
The COVID-19 virus and crisis/recovery scenarios
8 May 2020
The fourth update explores emerging thinking on the COVID-19 virus. Our report provides an overview of how the virus has developed in New Zealand, what has been learnt about its biology and effective control measures, and scenarios to guide planning for the next 12-24 months
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The trajectory of New Zealand’s economic recovery
24 April 2020
The second update focuses on scenarios for the economic downturn that is being triggered by the COVID-19 crisis. The report outlines our reasoning for concluding that New Zealanders should plan for a long and severe economic downturn.