This is what our team at TomorrowToday does. We advise organisations and their leaders on the impact of disruption. Over ten years ago, we developed the TIDES Model of Disruptive change, which helps organisations both predict and prepare for disruptions.

In the very short term, we have put together a COVID-19 Rapid Response Intervention. For just $1,000, we will spend an hour with your leaders and your team on a conference call. We will do three things with you:

  1. Provide the latest and most up-to-date information on COVID-19, and an “explainer” on everything you need to know about it.
  2. Take you through our COVID-19 response checklist to help you ensure you’ve considered all the implications for your team – this includes giving you some of the really excellent initial case studies we already have from companies that have done a great job of responding so far; and
  3. We will show you how to deal with disruption and help you start the process of already learning from this disruption.

Please send us an email to request more information on this Rapid Response Intervention.

We are repurposing work we’ve done with our corporate clients into an online Quick Start Course to help people affected by the Corona virus. One of the biggest adjustments we have to make right now is learning to work from home, if we can. This course will do just that, based on our team’s 18 years of experience working remotely all around the world.The course will be live by the 20th March, but you can purchase it here on our pre-launch price of just $9.99 (we normally charge our clients $495 for these courses).

As the chaos we’re experiencing right now starts to die down, our team at TomorrowToday Consulting will be able to work with you to establish a much more robust preparedness for future disruptions that will come your way. We started TomorrowToday Consulting last year in anticipation of what our clients would need from us in the 2020’s – we are ready to do so now. Check out the Consulting team at

This is going to get worse before it gets better. Hope for the best. Plan for the worst. Deal with what happens.

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