Managing in a Post-Pandemic Economy
With a keen interest in all things technology, I have been able to grow organizations and add value through the use of technology solutions.
In these blog posts, I share the technology tips that I’ve learned and have implemented in my role as an executive running an organization both big and small.
The use of technology alone isn’t enough to help an entity become more profitable or competitive. Rather, what I’ve learned is that the combined use of technology mixed with strategic action is what truly stimulates profits, growth and hones the competitive edge.
Especially now that the world is trying to gauge how it can manage business operations in a post pandemic world.
Managing in a post pandemic world will involve the use of technology – obviously. But, to manage effectively business leaders will need to learn how to become more strategic in their operational communications, execution and strategic HR.
Don’t be dissuaded by the use of the term entrepreneur in the title of this blog post. You may not think of yourself as an entrepreneur because you are someone who collects a paycheque and doesn’t own a business.
Throughout my life, I have discovered entrepreneurs working at every level, in every organization, both in paid and unpaid jobs. If you are someone who approaches your job with creativity and like doing things such as automating routine tasks, chances are you are an entrepreneur.
Throughout the ongoing pandemic many organizations are seeing significant declines in revenue. If you work for an organization that has been impacted by covid-19, chances are your employer has asked you to do more with less.
You now may be expected to work from home which requires you to become more tech-savvy. Now your boss may be asking you to generate sales or new funding streams without the benefit of hosting live events or meeting with potential funders face-to-face.
Clearly, it’s not business as usual. But, by reading this blog site every week, you will learn some valuable tips that can help you be more successful during these challenging times.
My interests are in: newly emerging social media platforms, e-commerce, e-financial and online payment systems, e-fundraising tools, digital marketing, online communications and technology-supported stakeholder relations.
If there are other topics you would like me to cover in upcoming blog posts, please drop me a line at: email@example.com
Stay safe and prosper,