Every organization has more questions than answers about their post-Coronavirus practices.
- How should the organization remobilize and reorganize, avoiding another health crisis while recovering economically and operationally?
- When social isolation measures are lifted, who can work remotely? Who can come back to the office?
- How will the office workspace be reconfigured for occupational safety?
- What ongoing hygienic and workplace sanitization precautions will remain necessary, or even become permanent?
- What changes to business practices and team procedures must be adopted? For how long?
- What new health monitoring and response, contact tracing, and other supplementary services such as employee counseling and assistance will need to be initiated?
- How should the organization respond and communicate when the inevitable contact does occur, even with all precautions taken?
The answers to these questions and others will be unique to every organization, and often, unique for different locations/working groups within an organization.
Figuring out what “the new normal” means will be daunting, with plenty of trial and error, plenty of drafting and redrafting. Answers and policies will mature over time, and especially at first, often change quickly and unpredictably.
Having the right framework to meet this challenge, and managing the process, are critical. Determining the right answers is tough enough, but leveraging the right answers quickly and efficiently, tailoring recovery guidelines to different areas and roles as needed, making it easy for staff to understand and comply with all important changes, and finally, ensuring the organization documents everything without errors or omissions—who and what and when and where and how—is equally critical.
You already know what’s not going to work:
- Many (and lengthy) emails tangled up into long discussion trails.
- Densely written policy documents posted where people can download and (presumably) read them (without documenting compliance).
- Group-edited spreadsheets where everyone is in control, so nobody really is.
- Complicated, expensive software requiring training, and possibly, time-consuming implementation by IT groups already pressed for resources.
Here’s what will work, Groupdolists.
Groupdolists is an optimized engine for creating, updating, distributing, and assigning task- and compliance-based procedures, easily managing compliance workflows across teams, roles and locations.
Because the central metaphor of Groupdolists is a simple, powerful, real-time interactive checklist, anybody and everybody can use it, easily and quickly, from anywhere.
You already know checklists work: They manage and monitor industry compliance standards such as OSHA and ISO; they guide airplane technicians in keeping flight the safest travel method of all; they help doctors and nurses save lives every day by not overlooking critical care steps. You probably even use checklists in your everyday life.
Checklists are the perfect way to create, manage, and track your post-Coronavirus, “new normal” procedures so that your organization can act on them.
Groupdolists is a powerful, and flexible response management platform.
- Easily customizable
- Seamlessly incorporates multimedia, documents, and links
- Updates and distributes processes in real time
- Automatically records all activity, chronologically
- Scales across an entire organization with no dependencies on local networks
Groupdolists is so easy to use that non-technical users can master it within minutes.
- Accounts can be set up and administrators trained in under an hour.
- Zero dependency on IT and no integration: Groupdolists is fully, securely hosted in the cloud.
Stay safe, and good luck!