The Covid-19 pandemic stoked crisis management challenges for businesses, but opportunities also emerged.
“The greater and more disruptive the crisis, the greater the opportunities,” said Scott Galloway, author of “Post Corona: From Crisis to Opportunity.”
A serial entrepreneur who founded nine firms including consulting firm L2, Galloway is also a professor at New York University’s Stern School of Business.
Galloway emphasizes it’s essential to understand where a company is on the strategic spectrum of the pandemic. “The right moves for the biggest elephant in the herd are not the smart play for a sickly gazelle,” he said. Which sector a business is in is a factor, too. Some sectors are thriving, others are maintaining or struggling.
Focus your time and money on crisis management concepts now. And your efforts will serve you in the post-pandemic world.
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