Report: Reimagining Innovation After COVID-19
The pandemic has changed the face of innovation. How should companies think about the future once it starts to subside?
COVID-19 has disrupted the innovation landscape, significantly accelerating many digital changes that were already happening throughout the economy. To survive and thrive in this new reality, companies need to widen their innovation aperture to take into account longer-term shifts in the tech landscape. This means being aware of timing and market-readiness factors that affect the adoption of emerging technologies.
In this new report, BCG Digital Ventures Partner and VP of Engineering Matthew Sinclair considers what innovation might look like after the COVID-19 pandemic, and assesses the trends and technologies that will enable companies to succeed.