Recognizing and Mitigating against COVID-19 Organizational Impacts
In 2023, the U.S. declared the COVID-19 Pandemic “over” (note the word was not “eliminated” or “vanquished” – semantics, moving more towards “endemic” rather than “pandemic”). Many U.S. State and other countries are experiencing a significant decline in positive cases (or is it just another wave of “pauses” in increasing positive cases from new variants?). When might the next wave be coming? What will happen when a hurricane comes ashore? Or an earthquake strikes? Can our expanded use of at-home technology continue to support virtual work? What if a large-scale computer virus attack occurs? Are schools really opening for in-person classes each fall? And how bad is the next election going to be?
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