• Tanya S Osensky

A Conversation about Planning for Business Disruptions

Updated: Sep 3, 2020

COVID-19 has been one of the greatest examples of a business disruption. It has forced many business owners to ask themselves: what if I, or a key employee, or a key resource, were suddenly unavailable for

  • a week

  • a full month

  • or even longer

Would the business still be able to function? Would my client relationships survive? Would business insurance help? On July 29, 2020, I had a very insightful discussion with business process and strategy consultant Rebecca Brizi. We talked about the importance of planning for business continuity so that your business never again would be as severely impacted by a business disruption. Lots of great advice and many practical tips were shared.

Watch the replay here:


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