People may think what they want about the current measures. Everyone perceives and is affected by them in a different way. You can't prove anyone right anyway. The fact is, the government is using empirical evidence here - and that's a good thing!
But what does empiricism actually mean? It means that knowledge is gained from experience and decisions are made based on what is known. Especially on an unknown and risky path, it makes sense to set intermediate goals, move forward step by step and evaluate what has been achieved regularly and often. This is the only way to react quickly and flexibly to drive continuous improvement.
The government makes decisions with relatively short time horizons. The current measures apply for one month, for example. Consultations are to take place biweekly. Results are analyzed and the measures are adjusted.
That is empiricism! If you would like to know how empiricism can make your company more flexible and which mindset is necessary for this, you can deepen this topic with the experts of the iTSM Group in our trainings or also in workshops.
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