Crisis to Recovery: COVID-19's Transformation of Canadian Government
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 10 Pages
|從危機到復甦:COVID-19伴隨的加拿大政府的轉變 Crisis to Recovery: COVID-19's Transformation of Canadian Government|
|出版日期: 2020年08月10日||內容資訊: 英文 10 Pages||
由於新型冠狀病毒感染疾病 (COVID-19)的爆發性流行 (大流行) ，加拿大社會全體進入暫時停止的狀態。數百萬人的就業機會消失，消費者需求枯竭，多數企業面臨破產的危機。為掌握發生了什麼與整體情況雖花費時間，不過，不久公民營雙方協議、開始著手對COVID-19的對策，數周間政府創造了新的工作種類。此後2個月隨著 "新的生活方式" 普及，也會出現企圖從危機復甦的企業。
This IDC Perspective looks at a series of factors critical to the Canadian government and what will change and what may not once we move from crisis to recovery. There was a collective pause, followed by a tremendous vacuum that swept away millions of jobs, dried up consumer demand, and left businesses on the verge of bankruptcy. It took a bit of time to appreciate the magnitude of what was happening, but shortly after, the public and private sectors began to respond to the COVID-19 situation. The crisis drove the government to stand up a new type of Canadian workforce in just a few short weeks."Over the past two months, we have moved from crisis to recovery as 2020 marked a change to the way we live and the future of many industries and marked an end of an era for some companies," says Mark Schrutt, strategic advisor, Public Sector and Innovation Research at IDC.