How to Prosper in a Pandemic

Crisis brings needed change and new opportunity.

By Allan Koltin

The most significant changes our profession have seen so far are remote workplaces and, not surprisingly, remote client service. I think the dust has settled at this point and firms understand that these are not flavors of the month, but rather permanent changes to the landscape of our profession.

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It’s fascinating that the COVID pandemic was responsible for speeding up what otherwise would have taken 5-10 years into 5-10 weeks.