The whole world is suffering with Covid-19 and we are no different. It has been a great reset for all countries, organisations and individuals. As IT professionals, business continuity and disaster recovery are in our DNA. This crisis has forced all organisations to start experimenting how to be more nimble, flexible and resilient. The pandemic has also shown us how important is to bring in a deep sense of empathy and understanding to your workplace.
It is also a time that we realise, how great it was to be in office where we all shared the knowledge, camaraderie that made us all better. We all have got this innate ability to continuously push our limits which also has been helpful for individuals and organisations to thrive upon.
Business is always an infinite game and knowing that you can never win is the road to success. It is all about how far you can stay afloat and perpetuate the game. None of us were aware or could predict this pandemic and Act Early and Act Decisively was the key message across.
We have also seen the leadership across countries, organisations getting engaged and having relentless communication to ensure team safety and wellness and foster awareness and empathy. This is the time for us to think differently and it is certain that the recovery will be digital.
In order for companies to transform and to get from surviving to thriving, they need to focus on building a data driven organisation, accelerating digital adoption, and start to re-think their organisation.