Pandemic Diary: Innovative collaboration becoming crucial

KEEPING THINGS ROLLING: Workers at Cooley Group’s Pawtucket factory prepare material for shipment. The company is repurposing some of its products to create personal protection equipment for medical workers. / COURTESY COOLEY GROUP
KEEPING THINGS ROLLING: Workers at Cooley Group’s Pawtucket factory prepare material for shipment. The company is repurposing some of its products to create personal protection equipment for medical workers. / COURTESY COOLEY GROUP
(Editor’s note: This is the fourth installment in a weekly series on how Cooley Group is managing the COVID-19 pandemic, from the perspective of its CEO. See part 1, part 2 and part 3 here.) As Rhode Island begins to reopen, the fog of the coronavirus-induced uncertainty surrounding health care and the economy remains. Cooley…

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