Companies like Wal-Mart or GE need to lay out detailed coronavirus response plans. They have tons of employees and shareholders and probably some legal requirements. For a company like ours, it’s totally optional. Really, this is more for me, to keep my mind focused on what’s important. I also know friends and professional acquaintances and clients read this blog, so maybe this will be beneficial for them as well.
How we’ve changed internally (and how we haven’t)
We all started working from home around the first or second week of March. When the national order to social distance came out on March 13th, we cancelled all face-to-face meetings, travel and visitors. That’s pretty standard. We could always do our jobs from home. It stinks not seeing each other in person, but we can at least keep working.