COVID-19 reviewing your command structure

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Deloitte
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Deloitte
Date of publication
1 April 2020
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Management & leadership: including strategy, public sector management, operations and production
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Business and management
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Reports

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With the prospect of social distancing continuing for some time to come – and perhaps being intermittently re-introduced once the peak of the pandemic is over – now is the time to ask whether the command structures in place are working as effectively as they could and how sustainable they are.

This article suggests examining your organisation’s response in four areas:

  • Situational awareness.

  • Objectives and priorities.

  • Clarity of mission within the command structure.

  • Efficiency in execution.

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