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There is a shift from instinctual, pattern-based thinking to analytical, methodical thinking during COVID-19. Wolter summarizes the concepts introduced by Daniel Kahneman in his book Thinking, Fast and Slow. [Continue Reading]

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Michelle Wolter found herself wondering why she could be so resilient one day and in the doldrums another day during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Learn about her journey. [Continue Reading]

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At Bailiwick, our team leveraged its deep knowledge and expertise in point of sale pin pads, kiosks, and other high-touch devices to partner with manufacturers to provide new solutions to keep your employees and customers safe. [Continue Reading]

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As COVID-19 arrived in the United States and in our home state, Minnesota, many businesses, including Bailiwick, had to quickly spring into action to administer new safety precautions. See what we did. [Continue Reading]

What's Bailiwick's Bailiwick?

Posted by: Bobbie Cummins on Jul 8 , 2020 2:19 PM

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Bailiwick was entrusted with a significant project from a client who is recovering from business loss due to recent events. We were told their internal team voted unanimously that Bailiwick was the trusted partner to get their job done. [Continue Reading]

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COVID-19: It's not temporary. It's not permanent. So, what is it? What measures do I need to take temporarily? What measures should be permanent? [Continue Reading]

Re-open Without Re-grets

Posted by: Ray Buice on Jun 11 , 2020 2:00 PM

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Now is the time to start shifting the focus to what the new reality will be as we slowly start re-establishing our normal activities in a different operating environment. It will require a careful balance to stage a reopening without any regret. [Continue Reading]

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