By Monica E. Oss “Change occurs when excuses pivot to execution,” said Ryan Lilly, author on economic development and entrepreneurship. And every day this week, I have been impressed with the many 'pivots' executives in the field are making. Many have moved their office to their kitchen tables and are sharing space with children attending school on Zoom. Others who have given up on commercial supplies of personal protective equipment like masks are turning to their communities for homemade options. Those who are not able to get the emergency funding from federal loans and grants are talking to their bankers and negotiating with their…
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