Albert Einstein, renowned physicist and crazy hairstyle pioneer, famously proclaimed that “our technology has exceeded our humanity.” It was a popular concern in an age where big advances were being made.
Cyber security is a billion-dollar threat to healthcare organizations. Whether due to hacking or negligence, a security breach is an IT Manager’s worst nightmare.
Meet Anmar. He’s just accepted a new job – right when the coronavirus crisis started. He can’t visit his new offices, can’t meet any of his colleagues in person, can’t pick up all the equipment he needs. Doesn’t sound like a great start, does it?
As COVID-19 sweeps the world, healthcare workers continue to provide essential care – but are at high risk. Being exposed to COVID-19 cases threatens workers, patients and entire hospitals with harmful infections.
Diversity and inclusion helps drive employee engagement, generate innovative ideas, and improve products, processes and solutions. So why have organizations been talking about diversity for years with little results to show for it?
On July 11, the coronavirus observes an anniversary. It marks exactly 4 months since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 as a pandemic.
As some businesses begin planning a return to work, Health and Safety is more important than ever. Many organizations are working in a heightened risk environment due to staff or equipment shortages. Others are struggling to navigate best practices during a pandemic.
The 2020 hurricane season threatens to put further strain on healthcare organizations already reeling from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Equality and fairness are powerful forces. As people, when we’re treated fairly, we respond positively – we’re more motivated and more likely to succeed.
Imagine 100% of your internal communications being read by 100% of your staff. Sound incredible? It isn’t – it’s about building better messages.