The element of structure is paramount for any organization, especially one that involves remote working in home offices. Essentially, organizational structure encompasses formal and informal procedures and policies that a business owner can use to govern all the operations from a home-office. However, many home-based businesses don’t actually implement working structures in their operations because… Continue reading 7 Reasons Why Businesses Need Structure (In The Home Office)
The Covid pandemic has changed the world and the way we live in many ways. For this reason, a lot of work and money has been put into finding ways to put an end to it. Scientists have successfully created a vaccine for the virus, and this is currently being given out. More moves are… Continue reading Prepare for the New Normal After Covid
It is a complex practice aimed at creating and maintaining conditions that will promote a prolonged existence of human beings. It involves production practices that do not exhaust resources that future generations will need for survival. For instance, the paper production industry can become sustainable by finding ways to keep manufacturing paper without exhausting trees… Continue reading Sustainability in commercial real estate
Mass transport and mobility in general has been among the hardest-hit sectors by the COVID-19 pandemic. As ridership numbers have continued to reduce, many operators in developing and developed countries have had to face an uncertain reality. It’s a reality about their viability in the coming days. As demonstrated by the pandemic, the right response… Continue reading Individual Transport Vs. Mass Transport Since Corona
The global pandemic has affected very many sectors worldwide, and this has not excluded the education unit. Globally, thousands of schools have been closed down. This is due to the upsurge of the Covid-19 that has paralysed the learning for over five months now. Now e-learning (online learning) becomes relevant for more and more people.… Continue reading E-learning tips after COVID-19
The Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic has been surprisingly disruptive in many areas of society. A significant impact has been made on cinemas and distributors, prompting large scale disagreements, a ban on specific films and threats to make sweeping changes in the industry through an increased use of Video on Demand. But how will the prospect of… Continue reading Cinemas vs VOD: a Disruptive Change after Coronavirus?
With the way things are currently set, it is only wise to find ways and implement strategies for your team to work from home. For this reason, the number of people working from home offices is rapidly increasing because more companies are now embracing remote working. Home-office projectmanagement becomes more important. Although it is almost… Continue reading Successful Projectmanagement from Home-Office
Cities around the world have faced hardships since the Covid-19 pandemic hit. Every metropolitan area has been affected, even the emerging smart cities of the future. The epidemic has opened up a whole new perspective on the planning and developments of a smart city as they evolve in the future. The smart cities evolution needs… Continue reading Smart Cities Evolution after the Covid-19 Pandemic
While the coronavirus massively spread across various regions globally, the main focus for retailers is to limit the pandemic’s impact on both the employees and customers. As essential service providers, you are forced to adopt new guidelines and protective protocols according to local and state directives. In most regions around the world, the retail sector… Continue reading Retailers Health Measures to Protect Employees
The question we are addressing in this article is: Did the companies that have included sustainability and corporate responsibility in their strategies, acted fair und provided help during Corona (COVID-19). We are looking at the strategies of the companies and are providing examples of actions implemented in certain industries. Did they act responsibly or did… Continue reading Sustainability and COVID-19: A disconnect?