These 4 skills can make the world better after COVID-19

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'For the hope of a better world to move beyond rhetorical optimism (...) We must change the way we make decisions' Image: REUTERS/Toby Melville

Stefano Oliveri
Digital Transformation Director, Schneider Electric
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