Use a 'crisis journal' to track key decisions you make as information changes
Are you keeping a crisis journal? A detailed log of the decisions your company is making and why, plus all the circumstances—internal and external—that affected those decisions?
Dave Luter says you should. He's a consultant at Netlogx, an Indianapolis company that helps other firms manage change and challenges.
Netlogx has been working to help clients navigate the difficulties of the pandemic. And one of its key pieces of advice to business leaders is to keep a crisis journal. And to do it every day because the situation and information has been changing so quickly.
Dave walks us through the crisis journal concept and why it might work for you.
For more information, check out a toolkit created by Netlogx that includes a webinar featuring Dave talking in more detail about steps companies can take to weather the pandemic.
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