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If you're working in the sector of purpose, you might be stressing with today's unfolding events. Global supply chain crisis, skyrocketing inflation, petroleum price hike, defense budgets increases, talks of world war threes, nuclear showdown, humanitarian disaster in Eastern Europe, economic recessions, another virus strain...
These issues have local impact. They do. Take the case of increasing defense budgets which can be used instead for heath, education, social welfare, community development, which the citizens of countries need the most. Reeling from the pandemic effects, organizations will feel the pinch of a bloated defense budget taking away precious tax dollars for life-saving work. The global supply chain crisis is causing major economic costs to businesses and consumers. We are still not even at the tail-end of this, unfortunately.
But, there are things you can control as you navigate the complex terrain of global realities impacting your day-to-day management. Here are some key questions for you.
1. How do you plan to bring back the talent you lost during the pandemic? How good are you at retaining what you currently have?
2. Is your organization dependent mostly on grant and tied-up money? How can you diversity your revenue streams and be good at getting partners who can leverage your resources with.
3. What short-term pivots can you make to transition from pandemic management to post-pandemic effectiveness?
Control is a matter of perspective. It's not what happens to you but what do you do about it. The world maybe going nuts but your world can be better.
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