The world is still learning lessons from a once-in-a-century pandemic. BC managers in the United Arab Emirates are applying those lessons supported by a foundation of forward-thinking national resilience policy. COVID-19 has unified the world; everyone has had a direct or indirect impact has become our common human experience. Public health emergencies (PHE) are slow onset by their nature and present real-time learning opportunities due to length of time to recover. What follows is a snapshot of lessons learned in the UAE about the world’s largest disaster response operation that can spur the innovation BC managers need. Business activity prioritization…
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