Complimentary Webinar on Covid19 and Business continuity conundrum

Together we all CAN

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought out the worst Fear, Panic, and Anxiety (FPA) amongst nations and organizations. No person, no country in the world has been spared by this dreaded pandemic. It is a sad truth that any health crisis will spawn its own pandemic of misinformation. The greatest danger is that we may end up with more damage and fatality out of FPA, than the actual virus itself.

Nations and Organizations have had a plan of action to address such unforeseen situation. But the big difference this time around is the sheer scale and pace at which this pandemic has taken the world by surprise, thereby making the plans either inadequate or at times grossly wrong. 

Here is an opportunity for us to collectively work our way out of this pandemic and emerge even stronger.

Two of the key contributing factors for either the success or failure to respond to this pandemic are the “quality of the communication” and the agility with which “the plans have been executed”.

In the little time that we have had to learn our way out of this pandemic, stable organizations have shown agility and resilience in their response towards this pandemic.

In his landmark book Good to Great, author James C Collins says “The good-to-great companies made a habit of putting their best people on their best opportunities, not their biggest problems.”

Nations and Organization that can put its best foot forward along with the required ingredients – integrity, honesty, kindness, generosity, moral courage, are for sure to come out of this pandemic with limited loss but maximum gain – Sometimes we win, but always we learn.

It is the confidence that can get nations, organizations, and people back on their track. While a lockdown requires a command, an opening will require confidence. These are two different governance modalities.

Please join us for a Webinar on the things that nations and organizations are doing during this pandemic breakdown. This webinar is not going to look at the Business Continuity Management Concepts, instead it will provide an insight into how nations and organizations are actually implementing their BCM Strategies by constantly incorporating new lessons.

Schedule :

April 17, 5 pm IST (7.30 am EST)

Duration               :

45 minutes

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