The most notable impacts of the recent pandemic brought up the potential challenges of the organizational issues to the front line. How to make the organization resilient, how to be agile, how to create value, how to optimize costs, how to help employees adopt digitalization, how to experience a strong surge, and how to support human resources are among the various important questions and challenges that senior managers and strategies have to answer.
These issues need both day-to-day management and strategic approaches. These strategies aim to improve suitability and resilience by finding flexible, responsive, and agile business models.
Pandemic accelerated the adoption rate of the new business models. It also accelerated the shift toward digitalization. It indeed brought the future closer.
Pandemic helped organizations to be adjusted more quickly to the new challenging circumstance.
Although some disastrous impacts of the pandemic remain undeniable, it had a significant positive effect on the way we encounter unanticipated challenges. The pandemic could be regarded as the driver of flexibility, agility, and rethinking in organizations.
The pandemic showed that it is possible to go beyond traditional boundaries and a fixed mindset. It was an alarm. It says it is time for revision, and we should start revising. In the first step, we need to learn how to quickly respond to unexpected challenges and go beyond the traditional approaches to business.
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