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By Dale Lawrence While most leaders have adopted a plan of not bringing every employee back to the physical workplace, what is unclear is “how long?”, “how is this impacting my strategy?” and “what impact will this have on my business, partners and customers?”. Without a clear understanding of the long-term impacts of Coronavirus on society and specifically the economy, many leaders are unable to project far into the future business planning. Not only does this impact budgetary planning for capital and operating expenses, it changes how leaders look to growth, partnerships, supply chains, business improvements and customer experience initiatives. In fact,

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By KyoungHee Choi Let’s face it. Most entrepreneurs are struggling amid this COVID-19 pandemic shutdown. The longer it continues, the more business will be crippled by the crisis and might not be able to recover. We are facing an unprecedented storm. Everyone is faced with incredible uncertainty. While businesses are rapidly adjusting their business plans, and working to quickly adapt to a new reality, it becomes critically important to focus on defensive moves that will maintain cash flow and long-term relationships with clients. Equally as important is the need to continuously find time to innovate, rethink business models and find new opportunities that

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By Eric Johnson (EJ) Rapid Results events are fast paced change elements that when done correctly, they can reinforce your organization's commitment to change and improvement. 1. Have a clear challenge that is impactful and measurable Throughout many of the Rapid Results events we have facilitated over the years, one of the greatest challenges to a successful event centers on preventing the inadequacy of the challenge statement. Because the challenge statement guides all subsequent activities, a statement that is too vague or unachievable can cascade an event into a flurry of inefficient activities, unclear objectives, and disagreements. This ultimately results in missed opportunities

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