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Institute crisis and resilience planning as business as usual

Command centre | Thrive: Prepare for the next normal

Crisis management & resilience planning

Being proactive during disruption

Although the full impact of COVID-19 is still unknown, many organisations are being impacted by declining sales and reduced consumer demand, supply chain disruptions and transport restrictions. These issues will have a domino effect on global markets with the escalating risk likely to impact those not yet directly affected by COVID-19. These companies need to consider their pandemic preparedness measures and be proactive and prepared. This article focuses on risk identification and organisational exposure; identifying critical dependencies; and how to develop pragmatic and effective crisis and resilience solutions.

Topics covered in this article:

  • Assessing the impact of a crisis on employees, assets, operations, stakeholders and reputation
  • Understanding and managing risks in a time of disruption
  • Practical steps in developing a proportionate crisis and resilience response plan

Addressing the impact of COVID-19 : Download the report

Leading with Confidence in Uncertain Times

Building Strength for Our New Normal
Insights from Deloitte Global

The rapid spread of COVID-19 has had far-reaching implications to organisations. Now, more than ever, leaders play a critical role in the eyes of their people to bring direction, focus and clarity. These uncertain times provide leaders with unique opportunities to build their transformation muscle and manage chaos with humanity, meaning and purpose. This is the time for leaders to step up, acknowledge our new reality and help their people manage through the discomfort.

Topics covered in this article:

  • Living in a Virtual World - Are Uncertain Times the New Normal?
  • Tips on Leading Transformation in Uncertain Times
  • Stories of Leadership and Adaptation from around the World

Leading with Confidence in Uncertain Times : Download the report

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