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New Arthur D. Little Report Reveals Global CEOs’ First Learnings From COVID-19 Pandemic

by businesswireindia.com

Business Wire India

Global management consultancy Arthur D. Little (ADL) today released first learnings from global CEOs in the telecoms, transport and utility industries who delivered critical infrastructure services in Asia and Italy during the early spread of COVID-19. The Leading businesses through the COVID-19 crisis: First learnings from Hong Kong, Italy and Singapore Report is available free to help businesses facing the worst of COVID-19 deliver vital goods and services safely. The report urges companies to put people before short-term profits, avoid step-by-step measures, delegate authorities, intensify employee communications efforts, and work closely with governments, authorities and communities.


“We can learn from one another, build resilience in our economy, and emerge from this crisis ready to innovate and restore,” said Ignacio García Alves, Chairman and CEO of Arthur D. Little.“This report gives CEOs unique peer-to-peer insight from leaders who maintained effective operations through the worst of the pandemic and are now emerging ready to rebuild.”


The report identifies five areas of focus:

  • Move fast, assume the worst, be comprehensive, and secure employee safety first and operational continuity next.
  • Be prepared to spend most of your time on employee communications, focus on positivity and morale, and listen as well as talk.
  • Create separate A and B teams for critical operations, support suppliers and ecosystem partners, and be innovative with cash management.
  • Collaborate with government and authorities, engage with unions, and support local communities.
  • Start realistically planning for recovery now, and take advantage of potential opportunities from the “new normal”.

The report also names key priorities for business continuity and risk management, including using digital tools to establish dynamic, sensing risk management systems across internal operations and external supply chains.


Karim Taga, Managing Partner of Arthur D. Little’s Global TIME Practice, said, “Today’s CEOs are being called to lead through this crisis and emerge ready for new opportunities. Companies, governments, and individuals must all focus on protecting public health and defeating this pandemic together.”


Saverio Caldani, Managing Partner of Arthur D. Little Italy and Spain, said, “As we work to support our clients in Italy through the worst of COVID-19, their experiences will help businesses everywhere navigate this new world.”


Download the full report here: https://bit.ly/3aMZjU2


Source: Businesswire