Reuters announced Tuesday the launch of a new editorial vertical on the transformation and reimagining of the workplace that is being accelerated around the world by COVID-19.
“The Great Reboot” will provide news and insights on the future of the workplace to corporate leaders and professionals, including a mix of news stories, visual features, exclusive video interviews with business leaders and creative thinkers, deep dives into corporate strategies, lessons learned, as well as a weekly data feature and newsletter.
The coronavirus has triggered a shift around the world, accelerating the arrival of the future workplace and forcing business and political leaders to reinvent strategies on the fly. What were once “future” work trends — virtual teamwork, the recalibration of work-life balance and the redesign of everything from factory floors to commuter transport — have hurtled into the present.
“We’ll all be facing tough choices on how to move forward after the pandemic,” said Stephen J. Adler, Reuters editor-in-chief, in a statement. “That’s why I’m so excited that Reuters is unveiling ‘The Great Reboot,’ which will powerfully advance our mission of helping customers make better, fact-based decisions on critical issues in their professional and personal lives.”