Just when we were getting used to WFH, vaccine-developer Moderna announces positive early trials, the Fed hints at more stimulus funding, and stay-at-home orders are increasingly being lifted. All of which combined to catapult Wall Street to its best day in six weeks. Yet there are four main reasons...

Many anxious Californians want to know what’s it gonna take to reopen – besides more tests! Mimi highlights CA.gov’s “Resilience Roadmap” – plus the latest from Elon Musk, on behalf of his 14,000 workers....

COVID-19’s been tough on first responders, globally. In early March, when the virus first crept into Denmark, calls to Copenhagen’s Emergency Medical System doubled to 2,000 a day. To handle the overload, they opened a second call center to try to allay fears – and...

Mimi shares five COVID-19 “silver linings” she’s discovered while “sheltering at home” – which she hopes extend into the post-COVID “new normal.” What consolations have you found during these painful months?...

Mimi shares “Best Practices for Telecommuting for High Productivity WFH,” from ABL/Tech Members Adam Miller, CEO of Cornerstone; Dave Berkus, investor in 200+ SoCal tech companies; and Chris Dyer, CEO of PeopleG2. Check out Cares.csod.com...

As COVID-19 MITIGATION intensifies across California, Mimi Grant shares the steps several Bay Area healthcare leaders – and ABL itself – are doing to “flatten the curve.” by Mimi Grant, President, Adaptive Business Leaders (ABL) Organization – Round Tables and Events for CEOs of Healthcare...

Since the majority of the (currently) 45 confirmed COVID-19 cases in California are in the Bay Area (26), yesterday I reached out to several of ABL’s Northern California Members to see how they’re responding to the troubling news. Particularly in light of the highly infectious nature...

Mimi pulls back the curtain on the recently developed genomics, telemedicine, drones, apps, sensors, and “lab-on-a-chip” technology deployed to diagnose, treat, and supply the millions locked-down in China, to halt the spread of COVID-19....

The first report of a case of pneumonia from an unknown virus in Wuhan was diagnosed on December 8th. But it wasn’t until December 31st that AI-company BlueDot published the first alert about COVID-19 (initially called the coronavirus). A week later, the CDC notified the...