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Three things businesses must do to ride covid’s third wave

Karl Wright
Mon, 22 Nov 2021

Three things businesses must do to ride covid’s third wave
The next stage of the pandemic poses some technological hurdles, says Karl Wright. (Image: Deposit Photos)
Karl Wright
Mon, 22 Nov 2021
When virologists talk about the third wave of covid-19, they mean the dreaded spike in infections – even among highly vaccinated populations – that some countries are experiencing.My take is that businesses have also been through several distinct phases or ‘waves’ during the covid pandemic, and the challenge every organisation now faces is figuring out what the momentous events of the last 18 months mean for the new way of doing business.Through that lens, the first wave for business looked like a flurry of work all over...

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