Brace Yourself! Experts Predicts That It Will Get Much Worse Before It Gets Better!

This article was recently shared with me. I found it to be well written, extremely relevant, and flightily insightful to our road ahead.

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For all of you currently managing your company’s remote technology services as well as the millions of others bravely working to maintain our basic supply chains and social necessities, please take a moment to read and share this paper.  It is far better for you to be aware and informed, even if the news is disappointing, unpleasant, or extreme.  “Forewarned is to be Forearmed!”   Stay Strong America!  Stay United!

The author is Jonathan Smith, an infectious disease epidemiologist focusing the dynamics of disease transmission. Phd en route at Emory, lecturer at Yale University.


Dave Robinson

Host of the Executive Conversation Series, EFM

Thirty-Eight years of leadership experience in the Information Technology Industry. Progressive technology and management roles at Allied Signal/Honeywell, The Department of Energy, General Electric, and most recently, 21 years as Chief Information Officer for Lockton Companies, the largest privately held broker in the world. Group recognition for accomplishments and technology innovation by Information Week for five straight years, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014. Including recognition as one of the first companies to provide a completely cloud-based company desktop to all employees in the US and UK. Co-founder of the Kansas City CIO Exchange in 2001, a collaborative group comprised of senior Information Technology executives from most of Kansas City’s largest companies. Education includes a Bachelors of Science degree in Computer Science from Northwest Missouri State University and a Masters degree in Business Administration from Rockhurst University. Also attained certification in the Quality programs both with General Electric and the former AlliedSignal, achieving a Master Black Belt designation in the G.E. Capital Six Sigma program in 1997.
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