The world is going through a time of change during the COVID-19 pandemic. When the Secretary-General of the United Nations, António Guterres, spoke of an exceptional global capacity to forge a new commitment among citizens to the challenge of the economy, in fact, he spoke of an alternative. for our global and world institutions is complex.
Based on new standards of democracy and the rule of law, a new value for the institutions of the world is, above all, the confirmation that in this new world, the full use of resources and capacities is the best way to build solid solutions for the future.
The new values will allow people to know who they are and to have a strong commitment to the values of freedom, social justice and development. This is the main reason to believe that a new standard of democracy is the need of individuals and collectively to all of us as effective global citizens. The difference between this new world will lie in the individual’s ability to participate as central contributors to the regeneration of a collective society.
In times of change and uncertainty, the world must regain its strategic competitive advantage, while at the same time reinforcing its important social aspects. In this way, it is essential to learn lessons from a world trying to rebuild its competitive advantage and reposition its effectiveness in a complex, global network.
In the new global economy, both people and companies will have a central role to play towards a new attitude associated with value creation and a focus on innovation. Intelligence must be the keyword for this new normal in which we live. And to do that, we need agile, efficient, and capable organizations that are capable of being the driving force behind a more global society.
In the changing times, we need a host of new answers to the questions posed by the COVID crisis to us. Our society must establish itself as the leader in very demanding and complex times by introducing into society and the global economy a source of trust and innovation, which is essential to Ensure central leadership roles among the various stakeholders of society.
These new actors should be more global, able to manipulate the social matrix, and possess unique and dynamic knowledge that can help them become mobile assets in the global marketplace. . Ordinary people must see the institutions of the world as pillars of belief that encompass the future. The aforementioned organizations must also be able to give appropriate answers to questions that arise in communities around the world.
The role of international organizations must be centered around specific ideas and actions. The fiduciary contract between the different parties must be supported by a number of strategic proposals that require a new agenda of activities. The world must know how to integrate people who want to develop new ideas. Social engagement will need to be done with the constructive engagement of average citizens.
A positive integration policy is a signal that different sectors of society have a common path to follow in the future. Our institutions must be a better foundation for integration and inclusion, both of which will deliver concrete results in the future.
These value challenges will determine a program of change for the world’s leading organizations. This is a process that is effectively built up by all of society’s actors in a free and collaborative strategic interaction.
After the Coronavirus crisis ends, a new era will open up for both people and organizations. When that moment comes, a positive commitment – where the focus is on engaging and developing new capacities – should be key while moving forward.