Germany is certainly seeing a large increase in the number of infections, with upwards of 7,000 daily cases since last week, which suggests that we are entering a second wave.
This is from the supermarket today – stockpiling of toilet paper and hoarding starts again.
Uncertainty grows along with cases.
You are not “working from home”, you are “at home, during a crisis, trying to work”
You should not try to compensate for lost productivity by working longer hours.
Be kind to yourself and don´t judge how you are coping based on how you see others coping. Don´t stress yourself too much.
Be kind to others and don´t judge others in how they are coping based on how you are coping.
Success will not be measured the same way it was when things were normal.
Will there be a “Business-as-usual” (BAU) after the crisis?
There is a critical window of time when businesses must adapt to survive. Flexibility must be a key component to a recovery plan as there is no way to predict what we might be up against.
To truly move forward, we will need to create a “new normal” that allows a business to operate despite challenges. Crisis or crisis mode can be ‘business as usual’ with enough planning.
The transition period may last anywhere from a month to more than a year depending on the size and scope of the pandemic impacts.