Thriving in an era of continuous change and advancement
September 16, 2020
One consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic is forcing organization to more carefully consider what they previously thought of as unimaginable. Going forward, business continuity will require a greater emphasis on resiliency, agility, and the ability to quickly reinvent oneself.
Agencies should consider viewing the pandemic as a stress test for their ability to innovate. Nearly every federal agency has needed to rethink or reimagine a core business process in response to the pandemic while shifting to a new virtual operating model. Agencies should take stock of what has worked and what hasn’t and adjust accordingly.
Agencies must embrace more agile and intelligent operations to thrive in a more dynamic world. Governments have long faced asymmetrical threats, but what is changing is the speed at which those threats and changes can propagate. Having a strong innovation DNA will be fundamental to surviving in this new world.
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