DISASTER RECOVERY & BUSINESS TURNAROUND MASTERCLASS
Who to attend
Individuals who are more and more frequently having to manage disasters, whether natural or man-made, and who after they occur, must immediately lead recovery efforts and drive the organisation back to profitability.
Professionals, Executives and Managers tasked with managing turnarounds in organisations.
The primary objectives of a disaster recovery plan are to prevent damages from an escalating disaster; minimise economic damage on the company and restore the business to its original conditions. Business turnaround is about reversing a business’ decline and in so doing restoring stability to the business and re-growing its value.
Drivers of business continuity management
The module looks at the possible drivers of a successful recovery plan
Developing effective BCM capabilities
A successful recovery is a function of internal capabilities, this module provides guidelines on building these capabilities
Getting to the root of the problem
Once the operations are stabilised it is critical to establish the root cause of business failure in order to develop relevent plans.
Recovery and Restoration
At the least the company need to be restored to pre-disaster or pre-failure state to ensure operations.
Successful turnaround dictates that company functional areas are resttructured to align with the new vision and mission of the organisation.
Re-evaluate product, service & IMAGE
Product and service offering need to be re-evaluated and re-aligned. The potential harm to the image, brand and reputation needs to be re-evaluated and a repositioning plan implemented.