Combining Worlds: Why Leveraging Key Health and Behavioral Economics-Based Strategies Are Integral to Post-Pandemic Business Continuity

While it’s not common to incorporate highly scientific principles and insights into corporate strategies, it’s not completely unheard of either. If anything, the current business landscape calls for it.

Incorporating Science and Business: The Key to Reviving Post-Pandemic Business Operations


To meet the pressures of continuing commerce-related activities and trade, leaders have been faced with making challenging decisions on a regular basis. As a result, many decision-makers, through a lack of understanding of the true breadth and severity of the epidemic, have decisions that appear to favor business interests over public health.

To add to the gravity of the situation, let’s look at some alarming and insightful observations that health and business experts have made:

  • COVID-19 is not an emergency that has short-term implications – rather, it is a major disrupter, having both high impacts and long-term implications.
  • The pandemic will be around for the next 2 to 5 years – at least until an effective vaccine is created, mass produced and applied globally.
  • Fundamental changes to existing business models must be made, with scientific research and insights being included in strategic planning.


But all is not lost – and there are experts who can prove so otherwise. With the COVID-19 outbreak debilitating business operations the world over, it’s not surprising that experts would turn to both the health science and business arenas to develop effective, long-term strategies.

Great News Alert: Our COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic Adaptation and Planning via Neuroscience for Quality Professionals Webinar


Join us on for our webinar: COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic Adaptation and Planning via Neuroscience for Quality Professionals. Dr. Gleb Tsipursky, CEO of Disaster Avoidance Experts, LLC, shares key findings and provides key actionable recommendations to help you develop health and behavioral science-backed business continuity programs – particularly those in the quality space.

Learnings you can expect to take away and apply include:

  1. How to determine if your current COVID-19 measures are short-sighted or are designed to meet long-term goals.
  2. The science behind why we are inclined to underestimate the consequences of COVID-19 in its entirety and develop tactical plans accordingly.
  3. How to develop new techniques and improve existing ones to adapt to both short and long-term changes as a result of the pandemic.

That’s the tip of the iceberg.

Access your on-demand webinar here!

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About Farhana Ahmad

Farhana Ahmad is a Content Marketing Manager at Intelex Technologies. With over 15 years of experience in key industries, she is a customer-focused professional specializing in delivering best-in-class Marketing and Content strategies and programs. Her degree in Environmental Science complements her marketing know-how, allowing her to incorporate her academic knowledge to the real-world applicability of the EHSQ space in general and Intelex in particular.

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