May 26, 2020
The complex journey from crisis response to business recovery has already begun for many organizations. The path to the next normal is marked by uncertainty; there is no silver bullet. Embracing a reboot mentality–one open to new ways of thinking and working–may help leaders chart a safer and more productive way forward for workers and workplaces. In this episode of the Resilient podcast, we discuss the principles and practicalities of rebooting with three leaders from Deloitte Consulting LLP. They share insights on the signals that leaders might use in their reboot planning, components of an effective reboot strategy, and some tools that are available to address return-to-the-workplace safety risks. They also discuss the role of sensing and monitoring in preparing for and managing an organizational reboot: Access to timely insights may help leaders understand if the reboot plan is working and how it might need to be adapted for greater effectiveness. As businesses advance the reboot process, our leaders explore how pairing technology with a human-centric approach may help organizations maximize virtual work, create efficiencies at scale, and accelerate recovery.