Business as usual
Most organisations cannot resist the temptation to go back to business as usual. They see the current crisis as an unfortunate interruption. A mosquito trying to push down a wall. The results are good, people are happy, and your organisation is contributing to society. So, lots of reasons to continue as you were.
But just for fun, let's turn things around. The mosquito is no longer trying to push down a wall - the wall is trying to squash the mosquito. Are you still confident that your old way of working will give the best results? How sure are you that employees not only understand what the goals are but also believe that they can be achieved? And how can a disruption be an opportunity rather than a threat?
OK. Existential exercise over. What practical things can you do?