InFocus: Leadership and Resilience Through Disruption
In our latest edition of InFocus we look forward to a recovery from the Covid 19 crisis that has impacted individuals, businesses and communities as never before. Here, we share some of the experiences, advice and thoughts on the challenges many businesses and business leaders are facing during this time.
Businesses are working hard to do all they can through the effective management of people, process and technology to emerge out of lockdown as healthy as possible and able to take full advantage of the opportunities that lie ahead.
In the articles below we share the advice, experiences and insights of three business leaders discussing the challenges that many leadership teams are facing.
Nathan Doran has fulfilled a number of Business Continuity and Resilience roles over the last decade, leading large programmes in complex and varied environments. In light of Covid-19, he shares his advice on business continuity and recovery planning, and how businesses can be prepared for next time. With homeworking now the new normal for much of the population, Paul Whymark, Chief Operating Officer of Sensee, shares his insights into creating an effective remote working operation. Finally, we talk to Julie Bishop, Chief Executive Officer and Founder of IT Naturally, about business continuity planning and how they have responded to the current challenge.
Stay safe, and enjoy reading.
Nathan Doran M.ISRM shares advice on business continuity, recovery planning and how businesses can prepare for next time.
Paul Whymark, Chief Operating Officer of Sensee, shares his insights into creating an effective homeworking operation.
Julie Bishop, Founder and CEO of IT Naturally, speaks to psd about business continuity planning and how they have responded to the current challenge.