When the Distancing Ends, How Far Away Will You Be?

The playwright George Bernard Shaw once observed that “to be in hell is to drift, and to be in heaven is to steer.” In the two months since the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services first declared a public health emergency, many organizations have found their businesses adrift on an uncharted sea of fear and uncertainty. Business plans that were ahead of schedule in mid-January ground to a halt as the virus spread, borders closed, and social distancing moved from an awkward new phrase to a mantra of daily life.

While much remains unknown, this much

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