-- the sign of a dying company
By Kevin Ross
The times have changed, and we've all had to change with them. Almost every aspect of our lives is different than it was at the end of 2019, especially how we lead our organizations and conduct our operations - remotely (with extra distractions), virtual meetings, with fewer people, less team cohesion, restricted travel, etc.
We've changed with knee-jerk reactions, well thought out responses, and/or a combination of both, but one thing's for sure: we've all changed the way we do things.
I say all, but that's not completely accurate. There are small clans in our companies that have not changed the way they do things. In fact, they rigidly adhere to self-imposed policies and rules that are only bypassed when they want to.