Better use of data, holistic planning and a greater focus on people. These were among the lessons from the pandemic discussed by six experts* in a Raconteur virtual roundtable recently published in the Sunday Times.
This roundtable covers:
- Has the coronavirus crisis made companies take business continuity more seriously?
- What lessons are there for supply chains?
- How does supply chain planning need to change?
- Does business continuity planning have to start dealing with softer factors, more on the human side?
Rhys Bush, Vice president, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Avetta; Ahmad Alkhatib, Assurance business development director, BSI; Rich Cooper, Principal, financial services, Fusion Risk Management; Tim Janes, Chair Business Continuity Institute; Mary O’Connor, Chief risk officer KPMG UK; Jeroen Sourbron, Europe, Middle East and Africa sales director, Singlewire