If there was ever a year to be “agile” it was 2020. Fortunately, Agile and developing an agile mindset is not a new concept—it’s been around for decades. However, the importance of taking the concepts of business agility and applying them in a pragmatic way has never been more relevant.
In a perfect world, you’re ready for business disruption when it happens because you’ve prepared through structured testing and table-top exercises. Well, were you ready for COVID-19? If not, there’s no better time to revisit your business continuity plan before the next disaster strikes.
They impact everything from bonds to loans to mortgages.
At the center of the COVID-19 storm, most healthcare providers generally did an exemplary job transitioning operations from on-premises to work-from-home. But that may have been the easy part.
From repurposing robots to help hospitals care for patients to mobilizing support for a virtual workforce, businesses have quickly transformed their operations to contain the spread of COVID-19. But many worry these actions could have the unintended side effect of sidelining privacy and data protection.