Boris Galonske offers direction on how to navigate the effects of COVID-19 in the form of a detailed outline of a playbook.
The coronavirus exposes critical infrastructure to a risk environment which is unprecedented in recent history. In order to maintain resilient operations establishing a playbook how to run critical infrastructure these days is key.
A pandemic has been part of risk inventories of large corporations for several years. However, the accelerating speed with which the coronavirus spreads across global regions comes as a surprise. Research organisations and networks uncover new facts almost on a daily basis.
Medical researchers fast-track efforts to come up with medical interventions which in the best case will be available by year end.
Politicians and financial experts carve out policy mechanisms targeted at coping with the economic consequences of the pandemic – short-term and longer-term.
Although corporations also need to review their exposures and identify mitigation mechanisms, maintaining robust operations of critical infrastructure (e.g. IT, chemical plants, utility assets, power plants, chemical plants & sites, …) today is critical.
Hence, as vulnerability of operations increases, stabilising the management response and reducing complexity is key in order to maintain operational resilience.
Information provided in this article:
- What stakeholders expect
- How risks materialize
- Staying in control
- How to proceed
Read the full article, Weathering the storm – Establishing a playbook for critical infrastructure operations, on the Silverberg website.