The economic and business impact of the war in Ukraine
How can organisations best apply the lessons learned from the pandemic to remain resilient, nimble and agile in the new order?
While many businesses focus on providing support to the people of Ukraine, the upheaval related to the conflict comes at a particularly challenging moment. Businesses are trying to regain their footing after the pandemic and the resulting supply chain disruptions. Companies’ agility, continuity and resilience are being put to the test again.
This panel discussion organised in partnership with Accenture, discussed the implications of the war in Ukraine and examined how organisations are adapting and responding. It addressed how they are building resilience and agility into their operating models and supply chains not only to absorb the shock of the war but to be ready to face future disruptions.
This high-level event took place on the side-lines of WEF Davos.
As global supply chains are being put to the test – again – how are they likely to adjust this time?
What does the new geopolitical and energy market reality mean for clean energy transition?
Effects of the pandemic
Has the pandemic made companies better prepared to weather unforeseen shocks?
Are businesses moving fast enough to deliver change in this uncertain environment?
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