Unfortunately, the recent movement restrictions across the world, prompted by this pandemic, became the catalyst that propels a reality that there will be no more ‘business as usual’. Physical distancing to flatten the curve has forced most employees to work from home; away from their usual oversight, rules, and processes. And many organizations are caught unprepared to deal with the sudden shift to an unprecedented degree of freedom for employees; prompting questions such as:
How do you do it? How do you know how much freedom you can give your people while avoiding unnecessary risks? Or conversely, how do you know if your current frame is not too tight, leading to lack of trust and agility? How do you give trust without worrying about a drop in efficiency?
This is the focal point of the 4th session of our series.
COVID-19: The Day After Tomorrow dialogue series, developed by the Iclif Executive Education Center at the Asia School of Business will provide insights for business practices in this challenging time, and support policies to help humanity come together to fight this virus and support one another.