Posted by Kirsten Gibbs Last updated 18th March 2020 reading time
The first priority in times like these is to keep afloat, and help keep others afloat as far as we can.
But there will come a time, not too far away, when what’s needed is to look ahead, and think how to build more resilience into our businesses, so that when the next shock comes, we’re more able to withstand it, or even thrive on it.
Tinkering around the edges won’t cut it. Business recovery plans, and business continuity plans won’t be enough.
Once we’ve been forced to see what can work, we’ll choose to move to new ways of doing things, that might just be better for everyone.