As we come to the end of this unprecedented year, we reflected on ESI’s most viewed blog posts of the year. Topics span from cybersecurity, real estate, transportation, and of course the most talked about topic this year: COVID-19.
We send big thanks to everyone that contributed to our blog, Present Value, in 2020. We look forward to another year of sharing ideas and having discussions with our experts!
What post will take the top spot for 2020?
Starting off our list, Richard Voith writes about COVID-19 implications for transit and the long-term risk for both cities and transit agencies.
Next up, Stephen Mullin shares some words of wisdom from his previous jobs as Director of Commerce and Director of Finance for the City of Philadelphia on how cities such as Philadelphia will handle the COVID-19 crisis.
Lee Huang, with the help of various ESI Senior Advisors, developed a questionnaire to help leaders in the higher education industry prepare for success in an uncertain future.
Steve Wray writes on the effect of the global pandemic on the non-profit sector and emphasizes the importance of supporting these organizations.
Coming in at sixth on our list, Peter Angelides writes about COVID-19 implications for real estate in 2020 and the longer-term implications.
Gina Lavery dives into the history and dynamics that make the Far Northeast an interesting place in Philadelphia.
Coming in at second on our list, Carlos Bonilla takes a look at the anxiety around automation and robotics taking jobs away from the human worker. Is there reason to worry?
Topping our list, Lou Celi, and Chief Economist Daniel Miles sit down with the experts behind ESI ThoughtLab’s study Driving Cybersecurity Performance to examine the state of cybersecurity and growing trends impacting the industry.
Lindsay Durkalec is a Senior Business Development and Marketing Associate at Econsult Solutions, where she supports the business development team. In addition to assisting with proposals, Ms. Durkalec is responsible for enhancing ESI’s brand and work through traditional and social media, content development for the web, and managing the ESI blog, Present Value.