In his most recent editorial, Ken Sinclair provides incisive clarity into the nature of normal -- that makes his June Automated Buildings' a must read. We all realize, perhaps with some sense of loss, that the COVID-19 pandemic has permanently altered our lives and lifestyles, and with each return (or non-return) to those places we worked, learned, recreated, and traveled to, there is a reboot of sorts in progress. Ken takes a Reboot and Prosper positive view! He says we must, "Recover quickly while Reinventing ourselves."
“The new normal will not be any normal we know. It is a complete global reboot of our existing way of life and organization, everything involved in purpose, process, work location, and local variations. Our human social/physical distancing needs to be addressed in our cities, transportation, buildings, and our complete world. The connected world is now physically apart but more virtually connected than ever.” Ken Sinclair, Automated Buildings.
Ken Sinclair’s Automated Buildings June Theme: “Researching & Reinventing Not Normal”
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