This year has been a little more difficult to figure out new year’s resolutions. Part of that is because we’re all still reeling from the “lessons” we learned in 2020. Even the best prepared businesses lacked preparation for a global pandemic. Still, the new year is a great time to reexamine what you’ve been doing and how it can get better. Here are a few ideas:
4 New Year’s Resolutions for Your Business
The following ideas are a good start and in case you are one of the “words” people when it comes to year themes, we’ve worked those in as well.
“Complacency is a state of mind that exists only in retrospective: it has to be shattered before being ascertained.”
– Vladimir Nabokov
As countries across the world continue to cope with the devastating impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, necessary questions are being asked about how governments and the various multilateral and national institutions and organizations designed to prevent these kinds of outbreaks failed.
It will take time to untangle the myriad of geopolitical and governance failures behind the present condition, but it is hard not to see how complacency played a role in our collective pandemic prevention and preparedness.
Confronting the Gendered Economic Impacts of COVID-19 in Ontario
By Claudia Dessanti
Senior Policy Analyst, Ontario Chamber of Commerce
5 Minutes for Business: Business As Usual
Article Courtesy of The Canadian Chamber of Commerce
‘Business as usual’ was a thing we used to hear people say. However, this edition of 5 Minutes for Business will help you to better understand just how unusual business has now become amid COVID-19, as well as what the new normal will look like.
Business as usual was a thing we used to hear people say.
Article Courtesy of: Canadian Chamber of Commerce
In today’s global world, systems are more interconnected than ever. It stands to reason then, if a pandemic strikes in one part of the world, the opportunities for it to spread are that much greater.
Pandemic Preparedness for Business
Should COVID-19 escalate in Canada, some of the things businesses need to plan for include: