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Re-planning is on the horizon

Robert reflects on the first stages of lockdown
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| Robert Hobbs | InPhase News

As we enter the 6th week in lock-down, it seems that there are fresh signs of renewal and spring all around and maybe, just maybe, we can also see signs of teams getting into new routines, successfully making efforts to stabilise work patterns.

With many households having children ‘gone back to school’ many of us have established a new normal day that accommodates home working hours as well as home schooling.

Online is even more important and establishing digital transformations have gained even more momentum than they already had.

One thing is for sure, a lot of the plans that organisations had 2 months ago will not be realistic for the coming year, and a lot of re-planning, initially for stabilizing operations in lock-down and then achieving the best recovery they can, is starting to get underway.

As we talk to organisations this week, we have seen the horizon of interest move back away from today and tomorrow and towards the 3-12 months discussions again. This time with a new dawn in business thinking taking hold, with higher priority on staff well-being and communication, on-line and home working, and still with the ever-necessary focus on quality and continuous improvement. Somethings change and somethings stay the same!

Robert Hobbs

Chief Executive Officer

InPhase’s Chief Executive and Founder, Robert has been the visionary leading InPhase to be one of the UK's leading providers of management, governance and assurance solutions, and helping organisations align their actions and goals more easily and efficiently with InPhase's suite of integrated apps.

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