Post COVID-19: Rethinking Business Continuity to Meet Emerging Needs
COVID-19 proves to be an extreme shock to the global system and has taught the world that disaster can strike without warning; a virus doesn’t have feelings or motivations. It will affect anyone in its path, so being prepared is of utmost importance. This global experience of both health and economic crises combined changes how organizations balance risk and resilience.
While many businesses are still reeling from the effects of the lockdowns, most are now tackling the challenges by implementing innovative changes, which may become permanent fixtures of their processes. Businesses are forced to adapt to the change and likely to shift their business models in order to sustain and in hope to gain financial increase despite the pandemic.
This is the beginning of major shifts in various industries as organizations strive to recover from the outbreak effects and ensure business continuity.
As a BCM person, you might understand that the development of sufficient BCM capabilities requires an understanding of the roles and responsibilities in implementing effective BCM practices and have knowledge of emerging “good practices” among companies with more sophisticated BCM capabilities post-COVID-19.
In this webinar, Some of the key points that will be shared during this webinar:
- How to align business continuity and COVID-19?
- Sharing of Lessons Learnt from COVID-19
- Redefine Critical Business Functions and Business-as-Usual
- Rethink Alternate Sites versus Remote Working
- Build Resiliency toward the “New Normal”
Presented and moderated by Dr Goh Moh Heng, President, BCM Institute and guest panellists.
Registration is Closed.