Boards need to be decisive in protecting their people and organizations
The speed and breadth of the unfolding COVID-19 crisis – dramatically impacting lives and healthcare systems, disrupting business operations and supply chains, slowing markets, and now posing risks to the global economy - is putting nearly every facet of business to the test. Responding to the humanitarian crisis is priority #1 – whether that be working to contain the virus, supporting victims and their families or helping developing a vaccine. There are also significant implications for board members who need to be decisive in protecting their people and organizations throughout this current phase of the crisis to the next one and the longer term.
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