You're undoubtedly familiar with the term “FOMO” – Fear Of Missing Out – used to described the situation in which someone is terrified that unless they jump to do this or that, they will somehow miss out on some fantastic opportunity.
Use my concept of the Scenario Survey Process™ (read about it here) to develop potential future scenarios and then to devise a strategy that will help you not only survive, but even potentially thrive, in as many of those futures as possible.
We’re living in a time of fast-paced change. Sure. But, I think people have been saying that since the Enlightenment. Maybe it’s the one thing that’s remained constant. But maybe it’s not. Some things have certainly remained the same.
Ride along with Mark as he discusses strengthening your group for the next disaster.
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Consider the value of thinking several moves ahead.
Use my concept of the Scenario Survey Process to develop potential future scenarios and then to devise a strategy that will help you not only survive, but even potentially thrive, in as many of those futures as possible.
The coronavirus crisis, in fact, any crisis, is like a magnifying glass. It shows the best and the worsts of your business structure and practices. Many underlying defects can be seen as symptoms of underlying group structural and governance problems. They can be corrected.
Whether you're the leader of a group in crisis or of a group that is using the crisis to advance your position, the current times have very much in common with your own past.
Here are seven immediate steps that medical group leaders can take to help cure their group’s economic crisis resulting from the coronavirus crisis.