Expecting the Unexpected: Preparing for the corporate crises of the future

Effective preparation for a crisis starts with anticipating the unexpected. Boards have a critical role in planning for the internal incidents and external shocks that will shape the next decade. By understanding emerging crisis themes, organisations can prioritise the essential activities needed to "future-proof" the corporate war-room.

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Wednesday, 03 July 2024
12:00pm to 1:00pm AEST
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Expiry Date - Monday, 14 July 2025
Duration - 60

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The corporate crises of the future will test even the most experienced organisations. The Board has a critical role in anticipating, preparing for and responding to significant disruption events, managing reputation in moments of acute crisis and focusing an organisation on recovery of customer, employee and shareholder value.

We will discuss the future of crisis management, including.

  • The emerging crisis themes from activism, to the subversive use of technology, crises of corporate culture and geo-political uncertainty
  • The impact these themes may have on Corporate Australia, our employees and customers
  • How Boards can take a leading role in ensuring orgnaisations are adequately preparing for the unexpected. 

Don't miss this opportunity to hear from a panel of experts discuss critical issues that will impact all organisations over the next decade and hear the practical tips and tools that other organisations are adopting to prioritise "next generation" crisis readiness.

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