TECHNOLOGY

A New Paradigm of Work

As is true with almost every industry, the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way mining and metals companies work. The disruptions caused by the pandemic have highlighted some of the problems with traditional industry models, but they have also pointed the way towards greater collaboration, resilience and flexibility in operations and the workforce.

By David Burns and Jörgen Sandström*
A New Paradigm of Work

The World Economic Forum and Accenture have collaborated on a Mining and Metals Industry Action Group (IAG) over the last few months, examining these changes and discussing how the industry can embrace...

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