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Yet another wave of change is upon us as we head toward the return-to-the-office phase of this foul pandemic.
There are only three things that are certain in life: death, taxes, and change.
Odds are that most readers automatically assume the “disruption” has something to do with the restrictions of 2020, right?
Increasingly, organizations rely on networks of agile teams to get work done—a trend that will only intensify as we move into a hybrid, post-COVID world.
For business leaders willing to learn, there have been a lot of lessons in the past 12 months.
One of the bedrock truths supporting my career is the need to approach life from the viewpoint of the driver’s seat, with a “big windshield looking forward and a small rearview mirror looking back.”
It’s important to remember about the pandemic that there is hope of a new normal. It will take time to achieve.
It is not an overstatement to say we are in the midst of the most significant workplace shift in a generation—and maybe even in history.
There is growing uncertainty about what a post-pandemic workforce will look like. Who will return to the office and how? How will work space be addressed or restructured? What new policies must be put into place to ensure safety, productivity, and accountability?
One year into the COVID-19 pandemic, there have been positives and negatives, but managers still need to plan for continued uncertainty.