Tag: post-pandemic

Administration, General organization management

Small Businesses Can Learn from Amazon’s Firm Stance on Return-to-Office Policy

June 5, 2023

Via: Small Business Trends

Amazon employees recently protested against the company’s directive to return to office work, expressing concerns over the impact on their family lives and the benefits of remote work. Despite this, Amazon remains firm, maintaining that the policy has been good […]

Self-management, Stress management

The Cure for Burnout, According to Nobel Laureate Richard Feynman: Play More

May 6, 2022

Via: Inc.

It’s official: Post-pandemic America is incredibly burned out. “According to Google Trends, which since 2004 has collected data on what the world is searching for, queries for ‘burnout’ –from work, life, and school–are at an all-time high in the US,” […]

Department management, Marketing

4 Post-Pandemic Marketing Lessons to Embrace Today

March 28, 2022

Via: Entrepreneur

The pandemic changed the way hundreds of millions of people access goods and services. Online shopping, delivery services and remote work strategies have suddenly become a mandated feature of the modern world. Many marketing, sales and other work processes have […]

Investment, Organization management

Don’t Let Emotion Undermine Your Investment Decisions

July 20, 2021

Via: Entrepreneur

In 2021, there’s been a significant surge in the number of people investing in the stock market. Free trading apps, the pandemic, lack of sports and a market that keeps breaking records have all played their part. Additionally, the popularity […]

Customer relationship management, General organization management

Reinventing the In-Store Experience: The Reshaping of Retail

July 2, 2021

Via: Business 2 Community

The world is reopening. After more than a year of people trying to avoid crowds and maintain social distancing, retailers are betting that shoppers will shift to in-person experiences to make up for lost time and regain a sense of […]

Administration, General organization management

When Getting Back to ‘Normal’ Doesn’t Make Sense

May 25, 2021

Via: Inc.

As we slowly and grudgingly slouch our way back to the new normal, the brightest prospect and most exciting promise of the next year may be that we’ve been afforded an opportunity to shed portions of our past actions and […]