COVID-19 has delivered an epoch of incalculable uncertainty.
Uncertainty around how long the specter of the virus endures, how we educate our children and the future of our careers and livelihood. To name just a few. It has attacked the core of the temporal and spiritual experience.
Uncertainly engenders anxiety, fear and a host of other pernicious emotions.
While some outlets stoke fear others will design a narrative of hope without a basis in facts.
After reading Clark Davis’s article titled, “Designing the Design Firm—for a New Normal” I found a message that reports optimism grounded in empiricism.
What does the future hold for AEC firms? How will remote work integrate into the workplace? Will remote throttle the efficacy of collaboration?
Those questions and more are analyzed and answered in Mr. Davis’s article which can be read by clicking here.
I highly suggest you take the time to read Mr. Davis’s article.
A must read and I know you will enjoy it and be the better for reading it.
Clark Davis, FAIA, LEED AP., is a Principal Consultant at Cameron MacAllister Group.