For people around the world, arguably the greatest hope is that 2021 will be a year of beneficial transformation: Rapidly recovering economies, firms eager to pivot to offence with “resized” business models and governments talking about “building back better”. The risk, as yet insufficiently appreciated, is that decision-makers will end up spending most (and too much) of the year dealing with both existing and new damage from the Covid-19 shock.

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