Many enterprises and countries around the world have playbooks to deal with pandemics such as COVID-19. These range from ISO standards and those based on the United States’ Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA), Center of Disease Control & Prevention, and even the US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USARMIID). But asContinue reading “We Need a Playbook and It’s the Last Thing We Need”
Tag Archives: business
Why Weren’t We Ready for COVID-19 and How Should We Have Been?
The COVID-19 disease is the latest adversity to hit our world and it’s the worst yet. It also should be the last in how we deal with adversity because how we’ve been dealing with adversity has just been outright awful. COVID-19 started late December 2019 in China and had spread around the world threeContinue reading “Why Weren’t We Ready for COVID-19 and How Should We Have Been?”
How to Avoid the Aggravation of Un-Available Items
If there’s one thing that ruins the productivity of your day, it’s when a needed item isn’t available. A wonderfully designed business may have skilled workers, state-of-the-art machinery, and a talented management team. But the business yields nothing if the needed items to run it aren’t there. Managers deal with challenges such as absent workers,Continue reading “How to Avoid the Aggravation of Un-Available Items”