Innovations in Comfort, Efficiency, and Safety Solutions.
May - "Global Reboot -
Being resilient and making people count
while Adopting Adaption needs to be part of our "Global Reboot " returning from the COVID 19 Pandemic.
Lots of life changing questions.
Should I work remote from now on? How
will we view travel? How will we make re purposed buildings safe?
Can our building be part of the solution?
We have the luxury of being able to be online while we are crafting our reboot plus the global reboot is coming up slowly with different approaches and more restarts and crashes for us all to watch. This is of great value in learning how we can benefit from the lessons presented.
What we do know is change is everywhere and our very way of existence and purpose of travel and importance physical location has been questioned. We need to adapt to new evolving environments caused by this extreme evolution.
I have already started on the next chapter and the June issue themed "Research, Recreate, Reboot - Repeat if Necessary"
In the new norm which will never be normal, everything is a variable. Our constants that we normally set our hinges on, are few and far between. Our only constant is continuous adaption to rapid change. But for those that can create rapid adaptions and antifragility, a new world.
For more insight on how we get ready to Reboot read our May issue's resources, I have highlighted a few.
Adopting Adaption - Achieving Antifragility Unabridged version It
is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most
intelligent, it is the one that is most adaptable to change.
"Global Reboot - Adopting Adaption" Unabridged version Being resilient and making people count while Adopting Adaption needs to be part of our "Global Reboot"
Some great articles and interviews speaking to recovery in our May Reboot issue.
COVID-19 Conversations and Implications These are strange times for all industries and the built environment is no exception. - Marc Petock, Chief Marketing & Communications Officer, Lynxspring, Inc.
Building Health in Time of Pandemic How COVID-19 will change the way we think about the built environment - Natalie Patton, Project Manager, OTI
Monday Live! The urgency of the moment requires us to be agile, this group put together Monday Live! in about a week. - Anto Budiardjo, "Facility IT Evangelist"
Anto Budiardjo: Thanks Ken, when the COVID lockdown started a few weeks back, in a desperate desire to talk with many of our mutual colleagues, I started a weekly chat on Zoom.
Please jion us for Monday live plus post your thoughts and feedback on our LinkedIn group AutomatedBuildings.com Online Magazine Forum
always this new issue is a nest of great articles, columns, reviews,
new products, interviews and of course the steady stream of news
depicting our rapidly evolution and journey to "Our Global Reboot."
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