COVID-19: business recovery and long-term planning in an uncertain world

COVID-19: business recovery and long-term planning in an uncertain world

COVID-19: business recovery and long-term planning in an uncertain world

 

The rapidly changing COVID-19 environment means that organisations need to be thinking of the associated disruption as a result of infection rates and measures brought in to reduce its spread. It's imperative that organisations are not only thinking of the business impact for the coming 6 months, but well into 2021. With this in mind, organisations need to fundamentally rethink their disaster recovery needs, considering not just how to live and survive beyond COVID-19, but given the long-term nature of the disease, how to live and thrive alongside it. 

In this webinar, Ricardo’s Head of Crisis Consultancy, Ben Hockman, and Senior Crisis Consultant, Gareth Black, explore how you and your business can adapt to the “current normal” world we currently inhabit, the adaptive measures you can take now to minimise further business disruption and begin planning for the “new normal”; a world beyond COVID-19. Our crisis management experts discuss:

  • An update on the latest situation (as of 20 May 2020, 10:00 AM BST) and what it means for businesses.
  • The “current normal” and the “new normal” planning assumptions for COVID-19 and beyond.
  • Surviving and thriving now: adaptive capacity and strategies to work alongside COVID-19 disruption.
  •  Recovery planning for a better future: making the most of the windows of opportunity which come with a disaster.


Download the slides here
 

You can also watch our previous webinar on Cutting through the noise – business preparedness against coronavirus for more information on tangible tasks that you can do to prepare a pandemic response plan.

If you have any questions regarding the webinar, business continuity in times of COVID-19, refreshing/implementing pandemic response plans or any other crisis management query in general, then please don't hesistate to contact us at [email protected]