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Numerous businesses are exploring selling online and social media as a way to keep themselves afloat if we are to get more unexpected surprises like COVID-19.
Disasters like these need newer ways of mitigation. There is a need to learn lessons and make structural reforms in the way we respond to disasters in future.
The employee went home sick on February 25th.
How might leaders and organizations ensure their teams are capable of responding in the event of a disaster?
Here are a few tips from a Houston-based business owner who survived Hurricane Harvey for entrepreneurs impacted by Florence.
One key lesson: Have an 'apocalyptic' disaster plan in place before the winds start to blow.
Great leaders learn from everything, and a project gone wrong is no exception. Here's a process for doing just that.
In this video, Entrepreneur's Insights Editor Liz Webber explains the importance of planning ahead.
Preparing for disaster includes preparing for what follows when your employees and community most need you to be open for business.
You've poured your heart and soul into building your company. Make sure any newcomer you bring into your business has done the same -- and has the processes in place to protect your investments.
When everything goes sideways without warning is when you find out who really is a leader and who just happens to be boss.