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Practices Organizations Should Adapt in 2021 Post COVID-19

by Bilal Uddin Dropshipping & Ecommerce Expert
Since the outbreak of COVID-19, the process of performing tasks has been changed all over the world has changed dramatically. For many businesses, this pandemic was an eye-opener and reminder of unpreparedness. 

Remote working and digital transformation are the future of workflow but sadly we adopt it in compulsion. This year was iconic for reasons that encourage many companies to transform and mold as per the need of the society such as Brook Brothers producing surgical masks and Tesla manufacturing Ventilators

Well, not every business are capable of these robust transformations that why organizations need to adopt some practices in 2021 to overcome this kind of global crisis. 

Here are some advancements that can be taken to maintain the work’s celerity and to develop a sturdy organization; however, these methods can be easily adapted by the workforce and that would ensure the organization’s work in a smooth and effective state.

Project Marketplace within the Organization

You never know what the future holds for you. In case of any critical situation,
an organization should arrange its work in such a way that it is easy to carry and to assemble the employees where they are needed. Many organizations have considered their feasibility that is why they have created multiple marketplaces for various projects within the same organization which is helpful for the company
to make sure the availability of a skillful candidate for that particular task. 

Many organizations such as Cisco are already working on project marketplaces and. Organizations can easily shortlist the employees required to fulfill the task with the help of these ‘marketplaces” and these also help to priorities the crucial task. Not only it is making it easier to assign jobs for particular sections, but also assigning the tasks to the employees living across borders by providing new job opportunities.

Shift to Click-and-Mortar Business 

Facing the COVID crisis as a result of lockdown, many insignificant businesses shut down. Many industries have fired their employees due to the major decline in revenue On the contrary, digital marketing has made great progress in sales. 43% of ecommerce traders have witnessed a huge boost in sales at this pandemic. 

In this lockdown, people stay in isolation to prevent themselves from physical interaction that is why a significant increase in online purchases. People have done more online shopping and it significantly raised the value of digital marketing.
So this is the ideal time to boost digital businesses by giving new and unique online business ideas. The organization’s executives also need to come up with new strategies and should shift the business on the click and mortar model.

Quick Digital Transformation

This pandemic has revealed the significance of computerization and clearly negates those theories which state that computerization is economy killer; however in this crisis it is mandatory. Moreover, many businesses have already adopted this system and given access to their workers to remotely monitor and operate operations. Hence, they succeeded in running their work without any interruption.

Now it is a requirement for every industry to use and update their software. Those are facing difficult times who have worked manually, fulfilling the payroll process, facing difficulties and delays in receiving payment from clients.

 
Final Wording

No one can predict what's next crisis occurs, we must hope for the best and prepare for the worst. 2020 has significantly taught us one thing that we were not prepared for a pandemic. 

The only thing we can do is to learn from our mistake of unpreparedness and start developing strategies, long term plans, and upgrade knowledge to prepare ourselves for such uncertain situations. Let's go prepared in 2021. 

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About Bilal Uddin Junior   Dropshipping & Ecommerce Expert

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