Category : Business and leadership

Assessing the Impact

The novel coronavirus is devastating multiple industries and organizations from local restaurants to global airlines and hotel chains. Avasant, a California-based consultancy, and its subsidiary company Computer Economics, created this graphic to illustrate the scope of impact expected in 11 … READ MORE

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What Is Normal in Light of the Coronavirus?

One of the persistent questions we read in online forums and hear during Zoom meetings with clients is about when things will get back to “normal;” e.g., when will life revert to 2019 conditions, as opposed to the 2020 coronavirus … READ MORE

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Killed by Good Intentions

Even as every aspect of life seems overwhelmed by the coronavirus, our work with boards continues via Zoom and synchronous and asynchronous webinars. A current round of board member video interviews brings me back to an insight from a few … READ MORE

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Follow TA’s Twitter Feed for Tools & Resources

Like you, we are getting a steady stream of potentially useful tools and tips for leading during the tough times induced by COVID-19 and the threat to public health. We will curate what we see and share those that seem … READ MORE

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The Coronavirus and School Governance

We are receiving questions from board chairs about governance issues involved in the coronavirus situation. They are asking what savvy boards should be talking about at this point in the ongoing crisis–a point where most schools have shifted to remote … READ MORE

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How Bad Is It?

This graphic from The Conference Board tells the economic story being written by the coronavirus. As bad as the Lehman Brothers collapse and probably much worse, since there are many months left to run. As with all traumatic events, the … READ MORE

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