Being a Leader in the Organization’s Resilience in the light of COVID-19
Wed, May 20, 2020 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT
With COVID-19, the profile of the Business Continuity practitioner has been raised. It is important that practitioners maintain a leadership role in increasing the organization’s resilience and adapt the business continuity program with the learnings of COVID-19.
BCM practitioners have a holistic view of the organization and its processes, critical activities, and key stakeholders and saw their plans in practice during COVID-19. In this session and by providing real-life examples, Marie-Hélène will demonstrate how to reflect the learnings of COVID-19 using the Business Continuity Institute BCM lifecycle and Good Practice Guidelines (GPG). She will also address how organizations can have a strong impact and generate a return on investment within other areas, such as Integrated Risk Management and Cyber Resilience, as well as during smaller incidents.
Key takeaways from this session include: How to best use The BCI Good Practice Guidelines in light of COVID-19 learnings How to drive return on investment and increase an organization’s resilience Examples of quick wins that an organization can implement to increase value The evolution of Business Continuity and its contribution within the organizations nowadays: from a mandatory expense to a strategic investment.