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How to manage a business in times of a pandemic? To ensure continuity of service and guard the health of your team, you will need to adapt some existing processes and implement new ones. Access to the Business Continuity Advice Presentation based on the McKinsey & Company’s March 2020 Executive Briefing and learn how other companies are dealing with the business challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. This presentation template provides a proposed response structure with five workstreams: nerve center-integration, workforce protection, supply-chain stabilization, customer engagement, and financial stress testing.
In times of crisis, companies rely on its leaders to send the right messages to its internal and external audiences. For that reason, leadership alignment is key to keep a solid and clear position that doesn’t add to the chaos. When the company is facing a challenging situation, the last thing you want to do is send contradictory communications to your stakeholders.
One of the first concerns at this moment is to protect the wellbeing of your team. The Business Continuity Advice Presentation considers different work streams such as workforce policies, on-site work norms, work-from-home support, stakeholder management, and more.
Your customers need information on your active processes and new implementations. Make sure to use every channel available to you keep them informed not only about your services but also updated on the situation and the actions the business is taking to protect them.
Why is business continuity planning so important?
Analyze your company’s action plan
Information is power
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