Even before the 2016 presidential election, executives in the health and human service field had to face their fair share of uncertainty. This led many executive teams I know to either avoid or reluctantly initiate any major strategic initiatives that require long-term commitments. Unfortunately, “waiting for the dust to settle,” so to speak, isn’t a wise management choice.
Regardless of the specifics of what lies ahead in the market, there are future developments that are likely and need to be addressed in the planning process. (For more on this, see our recent articles on what will likely “stay . . .