Webinar: Business Resilience in Times of Stress and Planning for Recovery
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Webinar: Business Resilience in Times of Stress and Planning for Recovery

Webinar Details: Date: Monday, 13 April 2020 Time: 11.00 am - 12.30 pm (UAE Time) In collaboration with The Financial Academy Key outcomes from this webinar include: - Understand the next phase of the Coronavirus and its impact on your business - How to get ahead of the next phase and plan the recovery - Understand what you need to do to emerge successfully from this crisis - How to ensure the continued importance of ESG

4/13/2020
When: 13 April 2020
11 am - 12:30 pm
Where: Webinar
United Arab Emirates
Contact: Vaoa
+971 04 554 7967


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The COVID-19 pandemic is here. Companies have put in place their crisis teams and are trying to keep on top of the business and deal with uncertainty amid constantly changing conditions.

At this time, it is really important for boards to be thinking about whether management is doing the right things, what support and guidance is required for their leadership teams and planning for the next phase.

So what is the next phase? What does an exit strategy look like? And do you have a recovery model? Customer behaviours are changing and business models will need to adapt. How can we plan for the future of our business with such extreme levels of uncertainty?

Join GCC BDI, McKinsey & Company and our panelists as we provide business leaders with an up-to-date perspective on the next phase of the impact of the Coronavirus and look at the evolving scenarios, understand how high reliability organisations think at such times, and provide a framework for making decisions about the recovery phase.

Speakers:
Zaid Ghazaleh, Associate Partner, McKinsey & Company
Dr Waddah Ghanem, Senior Director - Sustainability, Operational & Business Excellence, ENOC
Dr Hans-Martin Stockmeier, Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company

Key outcomes from this webinar include:
- Understand the next phase of the Coronavirus and its impact on your business
- How to get ahead of the next phase and plan the recovery
- Understand what you need to do to emerge successfully from this crisis
- How to ensure the continued importance of ESG

About the Speakers:

Zaid Ghazaleh, Associate Partner, McKinsey & Company

Zaid is an Associate Partner with McKinsey Transformation (MT). Zaid has 18+ years of experience in both industry and consulting, and has been advising boards and executives on all questions related to transformation and strategy. Experience includes leading transformation of an engineering services company, turning around an EPC business, transforming of a leading European bank, and transforming a multi-billion gas and utilities player.

Dr Waddah Ghanem, Senior Director - Sustainability, Operational & Business Excellence, ENOC

Waddah has spent over 23 years at ENOC, and currently oversees all the sustainability, CSR, Energy, and Resource Management and reporting as well as Business and Operational Excellence, Innovation and Process Improvement and LSS projects with the Group. Waddah graduated from the University of Wales College Cardiff, School of Engineering, with a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Environmental Engineering.

Dr Hans-Martin Stockmeier, Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company

Hans-Martin is a Senior Partner with McKinsey in the Middle East. Hans-Martin serves clients in financial services. His client portfolio includes several of the leading commercial banks and insurance companies in the Middle East and Turkey, covering projects in strategy, organization and service operations, and risk. In addition, he has worked with financial sector regulators in the region and in Asi

 

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