Every country is in a race to contain the spread of COVID-19 and its variants, while vaccinating as much of their populations as fast as possible. We explore the range of possibilities.
It’s necessary to build ethics into the vaccine management process since thousands of small decisions are made everyday to create smooth digital and offline experiences.
Vaccine hesitancy threatens to slow a return to normal life. Business leaders have a key role to play in blunting misinformation, becoming advocates, facilitators, and educators.
The slow vaccine administration rate is fixable with purpose-built technology. Here’s one example.
Epidemiologist, physician, and antiracism activist Dr. Camara Jones shares why the COVID vaccine is 95% effective, and what’s needed to keep distribution equitable and the community informed.
The newly released Trust Imperative 3.0 Report reveals new insights into the value of personalized and proactive services in government.
Eager to do more business in person? You'll need employees and customers to trust that it's safe – and worthwhile. See how leading companies are doing it.
If vaccine response can be triggered and implemented in days, imagine the possibilities of a planned, data-driven illness prevention and medical care system. One doctor analyzes how international government healthcare could be doing more at global scale.
Learn how Salesforce used its own health and safety technology to welcome a gathering of Trailblazers in person at the annual Dreamforce event.
We see new forms of competitive advantage emerging for businesses that can sense the possible directions of change and build agility and resilience.