Deloitte & MOGSC Webinar - Combating COVID-19 with Resilience

Deloitte & MOGSC Webinar
Combating COVID-19 with Resilience

Combating COVID-19 with Resilience

LIVE Webcast: Zooming in on business continuity and crisis management

Thursday, 16 April 2020  
11.00 a.m. – 12.30 p.m.



The COVID-19 pandemic has led businesses to consider their own crisis preparedness measures. It is important that organisations are prepared, while remaining pragmatic, as the situation continues to evolve. Effective leadership and decision-making is thus essential for businesses, when managing a crisis.


In our LIVE webcast, experts from Deloitte will provide insights into how you can manage and mitigate business interruption, through sound business continuity and crisis management.


Topics covered

  1. Business Continuity Management

   o   BCM programme and components

   o   Build or improve BCP

   o   Practical response and actions

  1. Crisis Management

   o   Crisis Management Framework

   o   Roles and responsibilities

   o   Crisis management plans

  1. Organisational Capabilities

   o   Important capabilities and activities unique to pandemics

  1. Resilient Leadership

   o   Our point of view and key learnings

   o   Qualities of resilient leadership


Deloitte Speakers




Cheryl Khor

Risk Advisory

Country Leader


Megat Mohammad Faisal

Partner, Operational Risk – Technology & Digital Risk



Hazrizal Hassan

Director, Strategic Risk – Business Continuity & Crisis Management



Webinar details


16 April 2020

11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. (GMT+8 MY)


Join the conversation and register here!


Best regards,

Deloitte Malaysia   





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