Response and Recovery Plan
Preparing a company for upcoming crises.
Date: 16th June 2020 (Tuesday)
Time: 9am to 1pm (Malaysia Time),
Duration: 4 Hours Online Training
HRDF Claimable, SBL Scheme
Where: Via Zoom App
KEY TOPICS OF TRAINING
• Leadership in a crisis.
• Threat recognition and impact analysis.
• Risk matrix.
• Rapid response plan.
• Personnel, manufacturing, tangible assets: a checklist of questions.
• Maintain critical functions.
• Recovery from the crisis.
• Formation of a final, comprehensive action plan.
Management Needs a Crisis Plan!
Do you have sufficient Competence to be at the Helm of your Organization…?
Preparing a company for upcoming crises. Response and Recovery Plan
WHY IS THIS TRAINING IMPORTANT?
Whatever happens: natural disasters, epidemics, or something else that can temporarily paralyze a business — you must be prepared. If there is no plan to overcome the crisis, like today’s, the organization and the authority of its leadership are in danger. The management responsible for the organization must have a rapid response plan.
As the crisis management gurus say, you have less than 30 minutes to respond to the onset of a crisis. You are expected to be clear and consistent in the first hour, first day and first week in a state of uncertainty. The more conscious your actions, the less losses and less chaos. To act in an organized manner, preparation is needed. In this training I will help you prepare for all the necessary actions and draw up a crisis response plan.
WHY CAN I TALK ABOUT THIS?
I am sure that the synergy of crisis management and Lean is incredibly powerful. Now, I am the Lean Trainer. But 26 years ago, in the US Air Force, we practiced what is now called crisis management. Then it was not called that. We simply improved our preparedness for crisis situations of any kind and natural disasters. In the Vietnam War and after, in peacetime, we used the best minds of the United States to reduce response time (the cycle of our work), constantly improved quality standards and always took care of personnel and civilians, made sure that people did not burn out and were emotionally stable. We went through tornadoes, typhoons, hurricanes, sandstorms, earthquakes, flu epidemics and war. This required discipline, knowledge and adherence to protocols – now, at Lean they are called standardized work procedures. In times of crisis, first of all, we took care of the long term – to prevent chaos, ensure the operation of critical structures, support the work and ensure further recovery. In times of crisis, your position as a leader will largely resemble the actions of command in the army. There will be no time to think, and your actions should be realized because everything you do at the beginning of the crisis will determine the further development of the situation for the entire organization. Her fate will be in your hands.
I conduct this training in order to teach not only not to be afraid of crisis phenomena, but rather, use them to strengthen the organization’s position. I will show how to work with the information surrounding you, how to organize and set up a team, how to combine Lean methodology and crisis management. I will share all my knowledge in order to help your organization become more sustainable and agile. Join the collaboration!
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Have you ever been challenged with a “just in time” coaching opportunity? Recently the presenter was given this just in time opportunity while supporting a soap company’s executive team. Except in this case what was supposed to be a 3 day Hoshin coaching session turned into a Gemba problem solving adventure. “Darril”, the company president started when he arrived on site. “Most of the executive team is not available this week due to some corporate issues. Can you take a team of our supervisors and help them with one of our big problems?” “Sure” he said as he swallowed hard thinking about what that could mean.
In this session learn how the presenter coached a team through the 8-Step problem solving method to help solve a long-term problem that the company was experiencing. Without mentioning the method by name the presenter coaches the team to understand the problem deeply before trying to solve the problem. This case study proves that sometimes you have to get your hands clean to solve a problem.
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