In this webinar, we review the findings of our recent poll on operational risk and business continuity and take a look at how these capabilities are becoming more integrated.
Pandemic, Geopolitical Upheaval, Economic Shifts, Climate Change and Natural Disasters - 2020 was quite a year. In some ways, these events have slowed down business activities. In other respects, we are seeing that decisions and actions that have long been on hold or planned for further down the road, have been brought to the forefront and become more urgent.
We recently ran a short poll asking if there has been any change in your efforts to converge operational risk management and business continuity for better operational resilience as a consequence of this past year's events. We compared the responses to those for the same poll as we ran it in February of 2020, just before the pandemic began to affect businesses across the globe. The results are intriguing.
Join us for this webinar in which we will review the results of the polls and identify changes from early 2020 to now, and also take a dive into what it means to combine operational risk and business continuity activities.
Identify the impact of 2020 events on planning for operational risk and business continuity
Review the findings of the OCEG poll
Define key benefits of integrating these capabilities and how to begin
Carole Switzer, OCEG Co-Founder & President
Paula Fontana, Fusion Risk Management
Rich Cooper, Fusion Risk Management
Field of Study: Management Services
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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