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Business Continuity Planning – Getting to the New Normal

Validité

90 jours

Prix membre

5,00$

Prix non-membre

10,00$

Description

GOAL

  • Assess the Impact – Identify what the risks materialized for your organization as a result of the pandemic situation:
  • Analyze the Responses – See how your organization will be affected, including in the areas of: Customers, Regulations, and Financials
  • Prepare to Mitigate the Impacts – Learn what to do now to reduce any difficulties: Know what to do with critical resources, Work with travel restrictions, Determine what special skills and training you’ll need, Prepare for succession
  • Keep Your Supply Chains Open – Be sure you can get what you will need when you need it, Identify your critical goods and services, Be prepared with alternate suppliers, Know how to raise your priority level
  • Ensuring Your Employees are Safe and Secure - Identify optimal work arrangements, Know how to keep your staff protected, Ensure your employees get the healthcare they need


DESCRIPTION

Business Continuity Planning – Getting to the New Normal

The COVID-19 has impacted our lives, our businesses, our way of life. There is a good possibility we may never ‘get back to normal’ in the way we do our business, there is going to be a ‘New Normal’.

 By being attending this lunch and learn you are showing an understanding that you may have to adjust the way your business operates. This webinar includes much practical information, you leave with a solid, thorough plan for preparing for a pandemic situation.

 

Daniel Fay provides organizations around the world with a framework for business management and executive excellence. Dan has conducted programs for business managers and leaders in business analysis, project management methodologies, and leadership principles.

Dan has been both a selected and invited speaker at international management symposiums and conferences in China, Canada, the United States, Europe and Asia. Dan has performed business analysis and project management roles for project teams ranging from 3 to over 300 members.

Dan has been on the faculty for Protrain, the Global Knowledge McMaster University certificate programs, IATA Training Institute, Dalhousie University, The College of the North Atlantic, and Advanced Project Leadership Series. Dan has held board positions with numerous PMI Chapters and the PMAC.