Here’s how a shift to virtual offices could play out

All across our nation, businesses that once functioned from physical offices had to quickly transform their processes to function remotely as the government mandated stay-at-home orders to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus. This proved to be a strenuous and uncomfortable transition for most businesses, regardless of size or structure. Businesses with just a handful ...

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Why dual-mode planning is vital right now

The coronavirus pandemic and resulting mitigation efforts have had an historic and unprecedented impact on companies and organizations around the world. It seemed like overnight we went from business as usual in a stable and growing economy to severe disruption in an economy ground to a halt.  Businesses without the option to work or deliver ...

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How to avoid ‘shirtsleeves to shirtsleeves in 3 generations’

There is a reason for the family business adage, “Shirtsleeves to shirtsleeves in 3 generations.” Building and continuing to grow a business over multiple generations is hard work. Not familiar with this saying?  Let’s break it down this way… The Entrepreneurial Stage – every business starts here.  It is the launch, starve, scrap-your-way-to-success stage. G1 ...

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Hospitals need better partnership with Wolf, lawmakers to protect Pennsylvanians

Hospitals are the front line for providing health care during the COVID-19 pandemic, yet there is a lack of partnership with the Pennsylvania state government to protect hospitals, health care workers and the communities they serve. Throughout this pandemic, The Hospital and Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvan ia has worked in partnership with the Department of ...

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The Zoom Boom: Communications during the Pandemic

For Baby Boomers, Zoom was a PBS television show that featuring skits, songs, games, crafts and comedic interludes. Today, Zoom is a lifeline. Its video communication capability has become a business necessity and a pathway to familial connectedness. It’s also a stock we all wish we purchased back in December. The post-Coronavirus future, when we ...

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