Pioneers of Change Summit 2020

If pandemic productivity is up, why is innovation slowing down?

The pandemic caused millions of people around the world to work remotely. Image: REUTERS/David Jackson

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The study shows that fears about lost productivity during the pandemic are largely unfounded. Image: Microsoft
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