So the moment of crisis arrived. How well has your firm handled it? In this highly interactive session, we aim to go well beyond pandemics and think about what practices your company should be considering in any crisis scenario, what works well and what pitfalls to avoid.
Working back from the middle of this crisis, we will explore not only your firm’s execution approach, but also the planning and deployment of new capabilities. Participants will leave with a clear view on how to improve their crisis management playbook and how to prioritise action, no matter the extent of the issue. Most importantly, they will understand how the people around them, from employees to customers, from regulators to suppliers, need to be ready to deal with the next crisis – because, chances are, it won’t look like this one.”
During this online collaborative workshop introductory presentations will be followed by syndicated breakout sessions with questions and contributions from peers in the breakout rooms. Peer learning is a big part of the day and you will be given every opportunity to share ideas and learn not only from the speaker but also from others in the group.
Once again the session will be hosted via Zoom.
If you would like to attend as our guest, free of charge, please respond to firstname.lastname@example.org
ONLINE EVENT – Crisis Management ELP session
Date: Wednesday 13th May 2020
Hosted via Zoom
Gary Ford is an independent consultant working across the IT sector and the wider management environment. He is the founder of Moonshot Consultancy Ltd. He has more than 30 years’ experience in the IT industry, focused on Financial Services.
Most recently, Gary was a Managing Director within Global Technology at JPMorgan Chase (JPM), a large US financial services organisation with over 270,000 employees. Whilst there, he led a number of strategic programmes across the firm, as well as running several large IT service management functions for their Corporate and Investment Bank. This included managing the technology incident management function for 3 years, as well as overseeing business continuity functions for various departments across multiple JPMorgan global business locations.
Gary lives with his wife, Julie, in Hampshire on the edge of the Meon Valley. They have 2 children, Isabella who is a Press Officer for the Department of Health and Social Care, and Lily, who is studying Theology at Cambridge University.