The pandemic has made major structural risks have an intense impact on organisations, forcing them to move up the technology adoption curve very quickly. In the space of a few days we have seen how many companies have implemented remote-working models, trained their employees in solutions they were not used to working with and promoted a different digital working model. The more agile ones have won the race, while those that still had too many manual procedures have invested more time and money in tackling this challenge.
Have you thought about how the “new normal” influences business continuity? Do you have a contingency plan in place for any unforeseen event? The current situation has a certain unstable nature, so companies must be prepared; it is not an option, it is a necessity. Above all if we take into account that the rest are already doing it. They are preparing for what may come based on four essential pillars: productivity, compliance, safety, and employees. They must feel the need to be leaders and not be left behind.