This article deals with the importance of Utah's COVID-19 approach placed on acting on real-time, real data vs. models and forecasts that proved to be very unreliable. And, how quickly it was able to get a command center dashboard in place, thanks to the above-and-beyond efforts and world class talent from DOMO.READ THE ARTICLE
This segment highlights the results of a study from Harvard's Global Health Institute that shows how Utah is one of only nine states to have done sufficient COVID-19 testing--a key pillar of Utah's plan from the beginning.LISTEN TO THE SEGMENT
Utah has a vibrant tech community, and early on we had some firms step forward, offering to. help. We now have a number of public-facing tools to help keep the public informed, assess their risk, and direct them to nearby testing centers.
We also have a world class, real time dashboard helping us see our metrics and where to focus.READ THE ARTICLE
In this interview I compared our COVID-19 virus response to running a restaurant. It's not enough to have great chefs in the back cooking delicious meals (the critical work from our healthcare teams). You also have to handle the hundreds of other details that it takes to run the operation.LISTEN TO THE SEGMENT
It struck me, early on, that we all seemed to be passengers, listening to our epidemiologist "tour guides" tell us how quickly we were all going to get infected. We were talking about where the virus was going to take us, not where we wanted to be 60-or-90-days out. So, I suggested we take a very different, very aggressive approach to our COVID-19 response, here in Utah.READ THE ARTICLE
I've managed through hardship before, and there is a certain paradigm you need to adopt and convey as a leader before any of the tactics I teach will work. I discuss this with my friend Max, on his wonderful Purpose & Principles Podcast. I hope it helps.Go to the episode