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The Covid-19 pandemic upended work and brought unprecedented changes to the world when, seemingly at a moment's notice, daily life went into lockdown and workers across the globe were sent home to work.
At the time, no one knew what lay ahead. However, some individuals and organizations started to question the role of the office, and still others wondered if this "was the end of the office as we know it," as workers reported higher-than-expected levels of productivity while working remotely.
Today, much of the gloom and doom talk has passed. Companies are starting to move past theory and into planning and implementing their returns to the office. Now is the time to rethink and reimagine how and where we work and do business. Despite the many publications that broadly describe how work will change, there are few specific insights about how the post-Covid workplace will be implemented.
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted many aspects of daily life, including how we currently receive healthcare and how it will be consumed in the future. In 2020 alone, U.S. hospitals will have lost a projected $323.1 billion plus in revenue, with contributing factors brought on by deferment or cancellation of elective surgeries and discharges of non-COVID patients.
Lesson: #1 Differentiate by the Level of Need and Capability
Educators have long understood the value of tailoring curriculums and classroom enviornments to the needs of different age groups, students, and school systems. There is similarly no on-size-fits-all strategy for determining the optimal model for learning in the COVID-19 crisis.