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 […]
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 […]
… the end of the beginning?
Last week was the 75th anniversary of “VE Day”, and the much anticipated announcements that many countries and jurisdictions would start relaxing their Covid19 economic and social restrictions. There is an important lesson to be taken from World War 2 history that we may like to apply to our Covid exit thinking. “Now this is […]
… isolation, exits and the new journey.
Hello world! It has been some time since my last contribution to professional debate – September last year, on a BCI Webinar “It takes a village – to build resilience”. Here we all are, May 2020, and we have been cooped up in our own ‘isolation’ villages and (here in Australia at least) starting to […]
… deja ACHOO!!
Back in November 2009, at start of my blogging adventure, I wrote a post “… are we on the wrong track with Pandemic Planning?” Disappointing to see we still seem to be on the wrong track. Basically it talked about the very unsustainable ideas that were being promoted as good practice around Pandemic Planning. How […]