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Business Impacts Planning for Unforeseen Events

COURSE CODE:  RG899

Technology and big data have advanced the financial management end of this function to the point where automation is now possible in some areas. C- Level executives are shifting their focus and expertise to include a new kind of strategic planning and guidance and plays a role in preparing your business for unexpected events.

Unexpected Events That Could Become a Business Crisis

3 day Workshop, In Person

 

Date:  22-24 February, 2023

Register before 20 January, 2023

Location:  Full Address

              Phoenix, AZ

Price

$1,850 USD

Payment Options 

Contact us below for group discounts of 4 or more people attending. Click here.

Workshop Overview

Course duration

3 days

Excluding orientation

Commencement / Location

 

Start Date:  22-24 Fenruary, 2023

Register before 20 January, 2023

 

Location:     Phoenix, AZ

Effort

 

7.5 hours per day

Self-paced, In person learning 

Overview:

Business circumstances can change at the drop of a hat. Preparing for foreseeable expenses, planned expansion or corporation tax can be accounted for in the business plan. However, it’s the unforeseen expenses which can leave companies with serious operational, supply and cash-flow issues.

Consistent, predictable consumer demand has been replaced with dramatic shifts in buying preferences, flooding some product categories with overwhelming demand while seemingly eliminating demand from others. Efficient and optimized just-in-time, lean and agile supply chains have been upended, driven by production disruptions, logistical bottlenecks and unexpected demand shifts. 
 

When deployed properly, strategic planning and integrated industrial, digital and mobile technologies can change the course of your business. Businesses that struggled to turn a profit or handle the unexpected in 2021 can right the ship – they can even scale and grow – by properly planning for unforeseen events in 2022 and beyond.

Is this course for you?

This course is designed for business leaders trying to navigate such an environment, the traditional methods that seemingly work well in stable environments have fallen short. Nowhere is this more prevalent than the traditional “annual budgeting” process. As business leaders head into another “still stabilizing” year, continuous planning, which has been gaining popularity as a substitute to traditional annual planning, may be something worth considering as a better way to navigate the higher instability and uncertainty that lies ahead.

Add the compounding issues of natural disasters, geo political risks, social and environmental uprisings to the mix and we have the perfect storms of business disruptors.

Participants that will benefit from this course includes anyone accountable for making quality key decisions:  Executives, Directors, Senior Managers and those responsible for distributed teams, service delivery and projects across regions.
 

What will set you apart

On completion of this course, you’ll gain:

Key management and leadership insights on concise and actionable tools, techniques, resources and measures to mitigate risks, recover, grow and stay relevant

Monetizing the benefits of this course – you will be able to identify what elements of the course you can implement in 30 – 60 – 90 days and the barriers you may face to success.

An approach for the implementation of a method when deployed properly, strategic planning and integrated industrial, digital and mobile technologies can change the course of your business.

Course Curriculum

Key topics:


Salto Mortale – Closing the gaps - we have the necessary tools and levers to exponentially progress towards and achieve our strategies and goals. The technologies needed to drive the necessary significant reductions in global emissions already exist, and the policies that can drive their deployment are already proven.

A scenario of achieving carbon neutrality is now modeled to be possible. Technologies such as advanced batteries, electric vehicles, effective architecture, automation and hydrogen cells, have made these possible scenarios relatively affordable. Now integration of all technologies will be the most relevant step in diversification and growth.

Day 1 - 7 hrs

  • Develop action to develop and keep relevant dynamic workforce of the future – your workforce strategy for operations cultural integration – diversification and compliance.

  • Relevance action plan for all participants, stakeholders and partners attitudes, behaviors and expectations.

  • Prepare action and triggers for dynamic change, - Are you prepared for inflation? Deflation, Geo political disruptions? Where special attention is needed.

Day 2 - 7 hrs

  • Draft your recovery / restart change strategy for all relevant participants.

  • Map your operating path, from feedstock to consumer use.

  • Integrate all Plans and forecasts to ensure they are  working together?

  • Revise and make relevant operational choices and assumptions  to achieve targets based on new information (baseline plus new events) to provide the best possible expectation of future performance, i.e., “what we think is going to happen.”

  • Engagement plans development – Working with regulators to keeps strict restriction out of the innovation development equation so that companies looking to establish a foothold, can also encourage collaboration, shared services and public-private partnerships.

Day 3 - 7 hrs

  • Prepare your Technological disruptions, readiness and transitions actions and timelines.

  • Develop your Automation, Robotics and the distributed workforce actions timeline.

  • Diversification and Supply chain readiness – energy, raw materials, assets continuing to identify challenges and opportunities for automation and diversification development.

  • Develop your supply and value chain resilience plan - Artificial intelligence with Robotic Process Automation (RPA), or intelligent automation, can help you build a resilient supply chain and provide better access to insights about your operations.

  • Action and contingency plan to Keep your no disrupted “business as usual (BAU)” supply chain operations going. Execute a contingency plan and bring up a backup supply chain network.

  • Build a resilient supply chain with intelligent automation.

Humpback Whales

Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to:

As business leaders head into another “still stabilizing” year, continuous planning, which has been gaining popularity as a substitute to traditional annual planning, may be something worth considering as a better way to navigate the higher instability and uncertainty that lies ahead.

 

Add the compounding issues of natural disasters, geo political risks, Social and environmental uprisings to the mix and we have the perfect storms of Business disruptors

 

When deployed properly, strategic planning and integrated industrial, digital and mobile technologies can change the course of your business. Businesses that struggled to turn a profit or handle the unexpected in 2021 can right the ship – they can even scale and grow – by properly planning for unforeseen events in 2022 and beyond.