Imagining new possibilities and building towards a next normal is very timely here in Australia as restrictions are being safely wound back in some jurisdictions and at the same time being reinstated in other states. All in line with the variation in case numbers and extent of community spread. Plenty of variability to keep us […]
… new possible and next normal
How are you working through the upside of the risk and the waves of uncertainty that are still a feature or our pandemic world? The uncertainty and volatility continue to surprise, as the world learns to deal with mass protests in the midst of the Covid19 response. Reading about surprising events, such as this report […]
… riding the upside – thrive or just survive?
In the previous post I speculated on the lack of clarity about a “new normal” – even the name is wrong, perhaps we should be talking about our “next normal”. Do we want it to be the old normal – a concept of ‘bouncing back’ – or to take the opportunity to transform and ‘bounce […]
… multiple new normals
We hear a lot of talk about the idea of a “new normal” these days. It seems to me that this is a bit premature, as new norms are still emerging. There is nothing commonly accepted as normal yet. Do we simply want to bounce back to the old ways? Clearly many organisations have seen […]
We are all in this together!
The Covid19 outbreak has seen a lot of new government policy created. Here in Australia we have seen lockdown and isolation policies to manage virus impacts and health outcomes, financial assistance packages to soften the economic impact and maintain some commercial readiness for an economic recovery and most recently a focus on the need to […]
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