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New Year’s Day 2020 was the dawn of a new year, a new decade, and a strong stock market with strong growth forecasts, despite being an election year, in which a high level of uncertainty is prevalent. But now, with the global pandemic causing a much higher level of uncertainty, it’s never been more important to ask, “What are we certain about?”

It was only exactly two months ago, on January 23, that Wuhan decided to shut down its entire public transportation network to curb the spread of the virus. That is, until two days ago, on March 23, when the city announced 110 buses and subway lines would finally resume operations. All public transport were given a full sterilization cleanup to prepare their opening up their doors back to the public and ensure everyone’s lives would…

WUHAN, the Chinese city hardest hit by the novel coronavirus outbreak, will lift outbound travel restrictions from April 8 after over two months of lockdown, local authorities said yesterday. Vehicles back to Wuhan wait to pass through a highway toll station in Wuhan, Hubei Province yesterday. Photos from Xinhua People in Wuhan will be allowed to leave the city and Hubei Province, where Wuhan is the capital, if they hold a green health code, indicating…

With the constant fluctuation in air travel and gas costs, coupled with an ever-expanding remote workforce, companies are using video and web conferencing more than ever before. High-end video conferencing enables companies to save travel money, meeting costs, and ultimately become more efficient with their employees worldwide.

An integral part of anticipation and becoming anticipatory in your organization oftentimes has to do with catching an opportunity that everyone is either missing or perhaps even ignoring due to the belief that it is not profitable. One way to accomplish this is to simply look where no one else is looking. But how and where you look helps broaden both you and your organization’s anticipatory abilities, and is integral in successfully identifying the Hard…