COVID-19: Revising the Impact Analysis of Business Functions, Product and Services and Staying Relevant
COVID-19’s impact on businesses around the world is undeniable. Industries have collapsed. Entire industries have been affected, disrupted, and even crippled thanks to the infectious disease outbreak that has plagued the globe since the start of this year. Many of the Pandemic, Business Continuity, and Crisis Management plans that businesses have crafted to tackle such infectious disease have been taken for granted, with many of the measures and responses unable to directly match up to the sheer disruptive scale of the COVID-19 crisis.
While many industries have adapted to working during COVID-19, the fact remains that many were unprepared at the start of COVID. Business Continuity and Crisis Management needs to evolve to take COVID-19 –and similar infectious disease outbreaks with even higher lethality rates or more virulent transmissions– into account when maintaining an organization’s Business Continuity program.
This Webinar, using the COVID-19 outbreak as an ongoing case study, will seek to illustrate the necessary revisions to Business Impact Analysis when it comes to COVID-19 and other similarly related crisis. The Webinar will cover the following topics:
- How COVID-19 has changed the way we should see, handle, and analyze business disruptions
- How we should formulate our revised business function recovery strategies based the absence from both the main office and traditional alternate non-home working sites
- The logistics of long-term home-based remote working arrangements
- How traditional Business Continuity Plans can continue to stay relevant and effective in a post-COVID world
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