As we seek to recover from the pandemic’s disruption to manufacturing and retail, the impact from the Russia-Ukraine conflict is certainly being felt through supply chains and transportation corridors and, of course, through disruption to yields, even temporarily, in food commodities, including wheat and sunflower oil. Now added to this are impacts from China as the country continues to try to achieve COVID-zero status.
Resilience First CEO, Mike Rooney, recently took part in FPA’s podcast on Resilience. The main message from Mike is that resilience is about leadership, governance and empowerment and is much more than just keeping a risk register. Businesses need to be adaptable and agile.
Breakfast Briefing: Thursday 16 June 2022, 8am for 8.30am to 9.30am BST
Resilience First is delighted to convene a breakfast discussion on the latest report (London Prepared: A City-Wide Endeavour) commissioned by London’s Mayor on the capital’s ability to meet and respond to terrorist attacks with the report author, Lord Toby Harris, Chair of the National Preparedness Commission.