Often, in response to crises, organizations adopt an efficiency mindset and try to do the same work with less. History shows us that the urgency to reduce costs when in survival mode, frequently results in deep cuts to headcount with little attention paid to workflows or processes. These approaches are not sustainable long term and post crisis. Only so much can be cut before it starts harming the ability to function. This is a productivity issue, not an efficiency issue. Organizations must embrace and reimagine tried-and-true process approaches to increase productivity, and thus develop agility, resilience, and sustainability. The resources below will provide best practice and case examples to help with real-world application and results.