In recent years we’ve witnessed an increase in the severity of catastrophic weather events, the largest observed cybercrime in our history, and are now living through a once-in-a-century global pandemic. While each event is unique in its manifestation, collectively they represent prime examples of unpredictable and significant disruptions to businesses continuity and government operability as we’ve ever witnessed.
Without an effective communication process and a properly designed crisis communication program, organizations can be left fumbling in the dark during these vulnerable times. The global pandemic tested even the most diligently prepared organizations, and now as we look towards transitioning from the abrupt shift to social distancing and remote work back to the familiarity of our offices and communal spaces, it will be important to have the structures in place to successfully negotiate the complexities of diverse and evolving guidelines from hundreds of regional authorities and will require a high level of situational awareness to manage it effectively.
In this session we will share best practices on communicating and collaborating securely in times of crisis and how organizations are using technology to achieve resiliency and adaptability as they navigate their return to work plans.