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In this argument, we will try to explain a management problem that companies constantly encounter in their environment, whatever their sector and size, taking into account more particularly in the current crisis context. Thus, the following question will be answered more precisely: "How are companies adapting their activity to the COVID-19 crisis?"
[...] By nature, an activity requiring very close contact and due to the very high health risk, doctors can now practise teleconsultation for people at risk, suspected cases, or even suffering from COVID-19, thanks to the lifting of legal constraints. This adaptation of the classic consultation makes it possible to care for patients without marginalising them. The ability to have this monitoring online is ultimately found in all companies, through the use of online meeting platforms, such as Zoom or Microsoft Teams. These allow professionals to have almost normal meetings but adapted to the constrictions of lockdown. One can think that this means of communication will gain more and more importance even after the crisis, especially for international trade. [...]
[...] Free also allows the continuity of the home repair service, by making the technician respect the recommended safety measures and invites the customer to do the same. This message can be found on the group's website, as well as a reminder of the barrier measures to be observed, highlighting the group's adaptation and the taking into account the effect of the health crisis through all its means of communication. In this part, we have been able to describe many companies from totally different sectors with positions in various ranges which, through more or less rapid adaptability, have succeeded in adapting their activities in order to meet the demands imposed by the health crisis of this year We can then draw several conclusions. [...]
[...] Thus, when we speak of an adaptation strategy, we refer to the adaptability of a company. This encompasses all the behavioural changes it makes in order to improve its position in its market, or simply to maintain it. These changes take place whatever the situation of the firm, we can therefore look at the case of a company struggling in its market which will need to change its way of operating in order to revive itself or, on the other hand, in the case of a firm in good health which seeks to modify some points of its behaviour in order to obtain real leadership in its sector. [...]
[...] How are companies adapting their activity to the COVID-19 crisis? In this argument, we will try to explain a management problem that companies constantly encounter in their environment, whatever their sector and size, taking into account more particularly in the current crisis context. Thus, the following question will be answered more precisely: "How are companies adapting their activity to the COVID-19 crisis?" A lot has been written about the health crisis that the whole world has been experiencing since the start of 2020. [...]
[...] This health crisis is finally becoming a full-scale test for companies and putting a strain on the flexibility of their supply chain. Faced with this situation, teleworking for employees has emerged as the most effective solution, but often only concerns "office" or managerial jobs, and does not take into account the problem of manual jobs. Little by little, factories are trying to reopen their doors while respecting barrier measures and social distancing, but this method of operation is not instantaneous and does not make it possible to regain pre-crisis productivity. [...]
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