Survival. Self-Sufficiency. Quality of Life. Those are the basics of Mega Planning (Kaufman, (2006; 2011) and “World” (Addison, Haig, and Kearny (2009).
Some have pushed back on asking any organization, public or private, to note or even focus on such “lofty” and “esoteric” considerations suggesting such is beyond their control. Some say it only makes sense to focus on individual performance improvement and leave Mega to others.
And then comes a pandemic and nearly every sensible person—home or at work—has a survival reason to focus on Mega/World. People work at home when possible to achieve social/physical distance as urged by the US Center for Disease Control and the president. Restaurants who are able shift from dine-in to carry out and delivery. People are wearing masks, washing their hands, sanitizing surfaces…. all to try to deliver Mega.
To them and theirs.
Not so esoteric now, is it?
A focus on adding value to our shared world, no matter your business or home is now in full central focus. And it should be even after the outbreak is harnessed.
Survival, self-sufficiency, and quality of life are the drivers for Mega/World. Mega provides additional criteria in an Ideal Vision to use, earnestly, every day in the future