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Prepare Your Organization to Successfully Embrace the “New Normal”

The COVID-19 crisis will pass – but some of the changes it has brought to organizations are here to stay. IT must be ready to adapt!

  • The COVID-19 pandemic is creating significant challenges across every sector, but even the deepest crisis will eventually pass. However, many of the changes it has brought to how organizations function are here to stay.
  • As an IT leader, it can be challenging to envision what this future state will look like and how to position IT as a trusted partner to the business to help steer the ship as the crisis abates.

Our Advice

Critical Insight

  • Organizations need to cast their gaze into the “New Normal” and determine an appropriate strategy to stabilize their operations, mitigate ongoing challenges, and seize new opportunities that will be presented in a post-COVID-19 world.
  • IT needs to understand the key trends and permanent changes that will exist following the crisis and develop a proactive roadmap for rapidly adapting their technology stack, processes, and resourcing to adjust to the new normal.

Impact and Result

  • Info-Tech recommends a three-step approach for adapting to the new normal: begin by surveying crucial changes that will occur as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, assess their relevance to your organization’s unique situation, and create an initiatives roadmap to support the new normal.
  • This mini-blueprint will examine five key themes: changing paradigms for remote work, new product delivery models, more self-service options for customers, greater decentralization and agility for organizational decision making, and a renewed emphasis on security architecture.

Prepare Your Organization to Successfully Embrace the “New Normal”

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Understand the five key trends that will persist after the pandemic has passed and create a roadmap of initiatives to help your organization adapt to the "New Normal."


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9.3/10


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City Of Issaquah

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8/10

$58,880

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State Road and Tollway Authority

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10/10

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Bernalillo County

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10/10

$12,395

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University Of Regina

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$10,000

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Stamford Hospital

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10/10

$247K

5

Mohawk Regional Information Center

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10/10

$12,395

20

New Mexico Department Of Health

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10/10

$7,375

20


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Member Rating

9.3/10
Overall Impact

$58,880
Average $ Saved

2
Average Days Saved

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Author(s)

Ben Dickie

Search Code: 92279
Published: April 14, 2020
Last Revised: April 14, 2020

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