Governing in Uncertainty: Business Continuity and Crisis Response

20 April 2023



The Covid-19 pandemic presented an unprecedented challenge for all organisations in respect of crisis management and business continuity, and it - backed by technological advances - has possibly led to the rewriting of business continuity plans for many organisations. The need for off-site locations for key staff, for example, is not necessary given the capabilities presented by remote working and cloud computing. 

But not all organisations can resume business remotely and crises can present themselves at different times and in different ways, such as through cyber attacks, systems failures, resource constraints, extreme weather events, governance failures or material errors. The risks these incidents and others pose require consideration of scenarios, mitigations, responses and organisational resilience. 

With the help of three highly experienced speakers, this event will explore this area and consider questions such as:

Our speaker panel will comprise: