What the COVID-19 Crisis Reveals About Fragile Tech and 'Swimming Naked'

Apr 20, 2020 by Heather Joslyn

When preparing contingency plans for a potential crisis, a global pandemic would not previously have been high on any CEO’s list of likely scenarios. But a global pandemic has arrived, with terrible suddenness. And with the customers of companies around the world experiencing website crashes and interminable waits for service by phone, the fragility of much current tech infrastructure has been revealed, right when it most needs to be.

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How To Implement Psychological Safety in a Time of Crisis

Apr 15, 2020 by Andrea Dobson-Kock

In a previous blog post, I wrote about how having a psychologically safe work environment can help organisations in dealing with future and unknown risks. 

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How to Manage Distributed Teams (Even When You Have No Choice)

Apr 8, 2020 by Michael Müller

When a company hasn't planned for it, going fully remote is a challenge. In order to succeed, you need to create some rules and guidelines.

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Leaders: How Well Do You Balance Your Head and Heart?

Apr 1, 2020 by Helen Bartimote

‘Adulting’ can be tough. We find ourselves having to juggle many things: work with play, family with friends, work with home. For leaders, this juggling act takes on a whole new level of difficulty, in trying to create and sustain a resilient organisation during times of crisis. Balancing head with heart can be the most challenging of juggling acts. How much of each should leaders express to their employees?

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The 3 Strategic Skills the COVID-19 Crisis Will Teach Us

Mar 30, 2020 by Jamie Dobson

There are moments in a business that are full of uncertainty. Sometimes you thrust that uncertainty onto yourself— for example, when you start a new business or try to create a new product. Sometimes that uncertainty is thrust upon you, like it is now during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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