In these times of uncertainty, businesses need the right tools, strategies, and information to strengthen organizational resilience and avoid downtime. Business Resilience showcases the leaders who have instilled a resilient culture by re-tooling, innovating, and ensuring continuity for the well-being of Canadians and our economy.
We asked Yohaan Thommy, Consulting Partner with MNP, how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected Canadian companies and how they can weather this storm,
Whether it’s a pandemic, a cyber attack, or the loss of a key supplier, a crisis presents unique challenges — and the best leaders are ready to meet them.
There are tools to help companies dealing with a remote workforce to make it easier and more secure for employees — like those from Palo Alto Networks.
As more companies adopt work-from-home policies, cybersecurity is a growing issue. Read Palo Alto Networks’ tips for businesses and individuals to stay safe.
The Disaster Recovery Institute International has spent decades training business continuity professionals. Here are its tips for coming back from a pandemic.
Expert Panel: Building a Resilient Canada
Three industry-leading organizations explore the current Canadian business environment while providing tips and tools that map our road to recovery.
Dr. Trevin Stratton, Canadian Chamber of Commerce, explains how Canadians must look to a post-COVID-19 world to plan how the economy can emerge stronger.
To plan for the “new normal,” progressive organizations are investing in resilience, which is a more strategic and proactive focus on long-term viability.
Experts from ECOH and the DRIE explain how reopening your business requires systematic thinking about how to institute a workplace infection control program.
As we begin the slow journey of reopening, businesses need to focus on doing their part to protect their staff and clients with proper disinfectant practices.