Analysis suggests that the recent crisis experienced by companies has four phases, summarized as the four R’s.
The themes below are topics you should be thinking about and are strategically very relevant to assess the coming period. Reflecting on the accompanying questions can provide input to guide your business strategy.
When preparing your labor force for the new reality, consider the following:
Is this the tipping point for the dominance of the digital economy over the physical economy?
As our supply chain, partners and outsourcing becomes less bound by borders, global crisis moments can severely impact today's businesses.
When examining your supply chain and manufacturing, consider the following:
To successfully survive crisis moments companies need to think ahead and adapt to ever changing dynamics.
Key questions are:
Crisis moments often force companies to re-examine their purpose and align where needed.
The following questions can drive this process:
As expected, crises can often have a great financial impact on business, make sure to examine the following points.
It’s clear that the recent crisis has severely transformed the way companies and employees work. Will this shift become permanent and what should you be taking into account?
A crisis knows no borders and in our increasingly connected (business) world, the impact can be severe. Your attention points include:
We are currently in the recover phase, but fortunately a lot of companies are already actively thinking about the new reality. It is especially important to develop a new vision or to adapt your existing vision and to assess the consequences.
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