Joachim B. Hansen, business manager and SMB Norway activist, said that now is the time to set goals and push the “Norwegian team” to achieve them. If you associate these links with a specific date, he believes that the population will be motivated by the idea of rewards for new steps.
-Joachim B. Hansen said that this is an unplanned plan.
He is the general manager of a small technology company in Drammen and has been nominated as a member of the board of directors of the Eastern SMB Norwegian regional interest organization, and hopes to have a more tangible performance in the country’s reopening.
Erna Solberg said on Wednesday that the reopening will be based on data rather than date. Most of the four-step models she introduced could not answer when to start, but she hinted that the second step is expected to start at the end of May.
Hansen said, I think now is the time to set goals and push the “Norwegian team” to achieve them.
He outlined another mode of reopening. As long as a certain set of conditions are met, you can determine the next date.
-Everyone is interested in achieving these goals, and then these steps are a reward in themselves. Hansen said that the problem with this plan is that we go on desert excursions without any goals.
-I work in a company that is very keen to take responsibility as a team. Then set goals. What can we do to do this? I quit my job without setting goals when I tried to make a plan.
The head of NHO, Ole Erik Almlid, told E24 that he understood the ideas that Joachim Hansen put forward.
-I said I have the same idea, he said.
At the same time, it is important for companies not to promise too much. If one reaches the date when the next step is planned, it may come at the cost of much-needed predictability, but the reality is different.
-A specific date will be great, but you must be careful. If you first promise to open and then have to close again soon, you may increase the pressure.
Joachim Dagenborg, communications consultant at SMB Norway, wrote in an email: “Although we are optimistic about the gradual reopening plan, we must be honest and say that our members may not feel that there will be so many changes afterwards. »
-It’s still a bit like saying that for each day in the past, we are one day closer to normal. He said that you may feel some comfort, but it is difficult to make specific plans for the company’s future based on this information.