How are you all holding up? I hope everyone is still hunkered down at home, staying safe and healthy. We’ve been having lots of conversations these past few weeks about reprioritization and realignment due to the COVID crisis that’s impacted everyone.
So we wanted to dedicate this newsletter to highlighting key topics that can help you realign your priorities for 2020 using actionable baseline data and not just your gut feeling. Also, we’re super excited about the positive feedback we’ve gotten on our new Remote Work assessment and I invite you to take advantage of it to help teams be more effective working from home.
Finally, we’re excited to announce that we’re working on TeamHealth 3.0, which will include questions specific to business teams and an updated Growth Portal. Let us know if you’d like to collaborate!
Please stay safe and try to enjoy some beautiful outdoor weather while practicing social distancing. 😊
❤️Sally Elatta and the AgilityHealth® team
Realigning 2020 Priorities
Senior leaders are asking to use data to realign their 2020 priorities, especially with recent cost-cutting measures. They’re using these approaches to recover, thrive and move forward:
Prioritizing people, safety, continuous productivity and improvement
Reshaping strategy for business continuity – evaluating 2020 business outcomes and readjusting based on reality
Realigning the organization and delivery teams around the new outcomes and short-term priorities
Focusing on running the business, strong operations and healthy cash reserves
Contingency planning for 2020, Q1/Q2 of 2021
Baselines and Continuous Improvement Strategies are positioning them for growth in any market - read the full blog post
Many companies will extend their work-from-home policies through the end of 2020, while others may never return to an office environment, which is why it’s essential to invest in healthy remote team collaboration.
To help during these uncertain times, AgilityHealth has released the Remote Work Health Radar allowing individuals and teams to assess how effective they are in areas such as team collaboration, utilization of tools, meeting facilitation, and individual productivity.