As the coronavirus spreads around the world, leaders at businesses large and small are scrambling to manage the impacts. Stakeholders are asking, with increasing urgency, “What do we do?”
What indeed? Leaders need to put aside their understandable fears of leaping into the abyss and get their plans together. Because it’s not just the coronavirus — it’s everything coming along with it. Disruption. Likely recession. Big hits to profits. Longer-term impacts on stability and competitiveness.
In this panel-style webinar, experts from GEP and Rutgers Business School will discuss the real, helpful and protective actions leaders can take now to shore up their businesses against current upheavals.
On the Agenda:
- Priority actions to take immediately to promote stability and continuity
- Longer-term strategies for guiding the business through a down cycle
- Specific focus on the supply chain — adapting to and alleviating disruption
Don’t miss this chance to learn how to cope and prepare for the challenges of the coming days and weeks.
Coronavirus and Beyond: What Businesses Should (and Shouldn't) Be Doing Right Now
Vice President, Global Delivery
Professor G. Tony Bell
Department of Supply Chain Management
Director, Technology Product Marketing
Senior Director, Consulting
Date: Thursday, March 26, 2020
Time: 11 a.m. ET / 3 p.m. GMT
Duration: 60 Minutes with Live Q&A