On-Demand Series: Navigating During Disruption
Helping you navigate challenging times to create opportunities for positive results.
Episodes of business disruption are becoming more frequent, and at the same time intensifying in scope and duration. Trade friction, economic setbacks, natural disasters and the latest — and perhaps most volatile example — a global pandemic, are truly testing the capacity of companies to weather the barrage.
But it matters less the cause of the disruptions than how you plan for them, prepare your organization to be resilient and strategize ways to stay the course of your business and its objectives.
To that end, we’ve created this series of concise webinars, Navigating During Disruption, to provide you with practical, measured steps you can – and should – take now to help minimize the negative impacts of this and future disruptions.
Chapter 1: Business Continuity
Presented by Anthony Mignogna, Vice President, Strategic Solution Engineering at Corcentric.
Business continuity isn’t a finite task or project, it is an ongoing assessment process of current situations affecting an organization and how each could negatively impact day-to-day operations. Planning for continuity requires taking a long-term view, thinking about disruptions that you may not generally consider and establishing a collaborative framework across departments, offices and internal / external stakeholders.
Chapter 2: Cost Management
Presented by Bill Dorn, Vice President Strategy, Upstream Product Management at Corcentric.
During significant disruption like we’re facing now — one that has no definable parameters or previous examples to gauge from — the most prudent thing an organization can do is to reduce costs and look for every possible savings opportunity. During this webinar we explore pragmatic and efficient methods and strategies for managing spend without impacting performance.
Chapter 3: Managing Working Capital
Presented by Dan Andrew, Senior Vice President of Sales at Corcentric.
When a major disruption shuts down most, if not all, economic activity, even healthy companies may be headed for cash flow and working capital difficulties. By taking a proactive stance toward managing working capital during the disruption, an organization is in a much better position to weather the challenges and be better positioned to leverage a growth trajectory.
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Business disruption is a fact of life — successfully navigating it requires equal parts planning, rapid responsiveness and constant communication. Watch now to learn what you can do when times get tough.