There is good science to show trauma changes the brain’s neuropathways. These changes can be of immense benefit to small business if managed well, with dignity and the right resources. This is a tricky subject and rarely discussed outside of very personal conversations. My informal […]
It isn’t the cost of staff that cripples small business, it is that the full cost of staffing isn’t factored into the prices charged for products / services. This is true of other costs as well. This is a very bold statement that I have […]
Have you heard or seen any confidential conversations in public lately? Or have you inadvertently taken part in one? Mobile devices and changed working conditions have blurred the line between office, home, and café. Everything you can think of – intellectual property; meetings of all […]
Do you have a small company or are you thinking of setting one up? Do your company Directors know what their ASIC responsibilities are? Many people (including company Directors and Board members) think of Risk Management purely in Health and Safety and/or Financial terms. In […]
Things can be done to focus efforts and reduce the impact. But make no mistake, we are in an international critical incident of unimaginable magnitude.
Your business, large or small, has physical assets that need to be prepared for hibernation within this rapidly changing landscape. You may also have regulatory and statutory obligations, financial implications and environmental hazards that, all of which possibly need to be transitioned into a holding phase.
I am not sure about you, but I am feeling left of centre, adrift on a ginormous wave without a flotation device and no land in sight.
Being proud of having a keen interest in pandemic planning, focusing on asset management exceeding 2 decades, I am fascinated by how I am dealing with the current situation both intellectually and physically. This is particularly poignant given I have had a very long time to prepare for an eventuality that I always knew would arrive.