Outbreaks of coronavirus and influenza* have forced entire countries to experiment with remote work. This is a new dynamic for many teams. For some, this means meetings and classes are cancelled until further notice.
The uncertainty and fear around the world not only affects us as a business, but also as humans. We’re focused on keeping our business moving forward, while taking the time to care for ourselves and our families.
If there was ever a story that exemplified, "Timing is everything," this is it. At the end of 2019, I was working on a project with some colleagues based in New York when some team members expressed their frustration with...