Tag Archives: coronavirus

The problems with R as a single covid19 KPI

Posted on May 18, 2020

Roadmap of covid19 K{I

Like a good leader, Boris Johnson set out his covid19 KPI (key performance indicator) on May 10th of R. Since then there have been few updates on where England is on R. While there is some confusion of what R actually means. Indeed, mid-week the biggest media news item was the standard R of the […]

Who Assesses Risk?

Posted on May 14, 2020

covid risk assessment

Business has always been about taking risks. The original risk was that no-one would want to buy your harvest on the day at any price. Today there are multiple risks facing any business. The newest and biggest is covid-19 because its impacts are so wide-ranging. All business people need therefore to become very quickly risk […]

Ten Tips for Catastrophe Planning

Posted on March 30, 2020

catastrophe planning

For many smaller businesses coronavirus is a disaster. The welcome news last week was that the government was able to open a scheme for the self-employed as well as the existing schemes for limited companies. With all these schemes, there are some who will miss out; while others will be put off by the paperwork […]

A Changing World of Expectations?

Posted on March 26, 2020

Empty roads from coronavirus

The world has changed with coronavirus in many different ways. Some changes will outlast the crisis; but others will soon be forgotten. What is clear is that the past week has thrown up some interesting issues around expectations. These are applicable to all businesses. Individual Expectations of Business Social distancing is as a benchmark of […]