How can business leaders assess their strategies and path forward amid the coronavirus chaos?
Whether you’re a small business owner in an industry that has been able to continue day-to-day operations, a retailer or restaurateur whose business has been greatly curtailed or shut down, or a larger operation that has shifted to partial or total remote operations, the COVID-19 crisis has caused severe disruption to business plans and challenged even the most comprehensive disaster continuity models.
For leaders of both large organizations and small, finding benchmarks and trail markers to gauge your progress and your path forward can be difficult in such uncertain times.
That’s why as part of our continuing Coping w/COVID Webcast series, the Business Record has assembled a panel of business planning professionals with experience in a broad array of industries to weigh in on the challenges, strategies and best practices they’re seeing with their clients. As part of the event, the panelists will also do their best to answer questions from you, our readers, during the live webcast.
Among the issues we plan to tackle:
How should a crisis team function? Lessons learned in carrying out crisis plans.
Biggest risks that organizations face; financial strategies to minimize risks.
How must communications strategies evolve as the crisis continues?
Best practices for dealing with uncertainty; comprehending a new normal.
How will this affect our company’s long-term relationships with customers and clients?