MBA1695 Q&A Wednesday: Should I plan an in-person event in 2021?
Is the pandemic winding down?
Even in a digital economy, in-person events are crucial. With vaccines for COVID-19 rolling out, is it time to start thinking about a return to the “old normal?” Can you plan and schedule IRL events for 2021?
More importantly, should you?
Today, we help one listener navigate the practical and ethical issues involved. Even with vaccines, we probably won’t return to business as usual for a bit. Consider your realistic options for the coming year, and adjust accordingly. Click Play!
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