Business Continuity Lessons Learned from COVID-19

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The immediate response to COVID -19 is over, and we've prepared the summary of Business Continuity Lessons Learned. The challenge now is to reopen what has been shut down. Now, like never before, companies have to restart their engines and get national economies going again.


BC Lessons Learned

The business continuity challenge is intensified by uncertainties about the progression of COVID-19 and the social, political, and fiscal actions that it will drive. In a prolonged time of uncertainty, businesses need to restructure their operations and to adapt to the ever-present unpredictability. It means being prepared for disruption.

To aid organizations with that transition. our team has developed this guide that covers:

  • - BC lessons learned
  • - Adapting to the evolving BC landscape
  • - Increasing business resiliency
  • - Testing your Business Continuity Plan


The top challenge in responding to COVID-19, according to our own survey, is “supporting the health and safety of employees. The second most common challenge is “maintaining employee productivity and morale”, which serves as proof of some companies struggling with adapting a work-from-home strategy. Here are some tips for how to prepare your business for the Coronavirus pandemic.

Today’s leaders can’t ignore the role of COVID-19. It is time to learn lessons and make wise, tactical changes that will benefit a company as a whole. The coronavirus has wildly disrupted global trade, upending production and supply chains in almost every sector. 

More than half of employers are updating their emergency preparedness plans to reflect the times. This is an excellent example of good leadership.


Download our Lessons Learned guide for more insight.