By Robert Beinstein, P.E., ENV SP, Director Sustainability Innovation
Originally published October 26, 2020
So much has been written as the Covid-19 pandemic as it continues its rampage through our world. One thing seems certain – life as we know it is forever changed. As a result, businesses are trying to respond in ways that enables survival at a minimum, and prosperity in the best case. Advice abounds from all corners. Yet, for any chosen strategy or course of action, the commonality is the need for unbiased, quality data on which to base your decisions. This article explores a sampling of input from some of the leading firms and offers a path to find the data that will be the lifeblood of any corporate recovery.
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