Published: July, 2022
There are events that have a very low probability of occurring but which, when they do occur, have a huge impact and are difficult to predict. They are black swans. Some examples of black swans include the First World War, the Wall Street Crash of 1929, which led to the Great Depression, and the 2008 financial crisis. Pandemics such as the Black Death in the 14th century, the Spanish flu in 1918-1920, and COVID-19 today are also examples.
The COVID-19 outbreak has characteristics that classify it as a black swan: it is a shock that has a low probability of materializing but a very high impact.
The world markets are waking up from a long hibernation called Covid-19.
There is still work to be done and profits to be re-earned.
This CPE webinar on Business Management will look at what went right and what went wrong to date.
Navigating the COVID-19 pandemic and its aftermath is one of the biggest business challenges of our time. To keep operations going, most companies adopted new ways of working that left their offices, factories, and stores empty.
As business comes surging back, management teams are responsible for leading their companies through these fast-moving changes. Boards of directors also play a role.
They need to help management think critically about the development and execution of their return-to-work plans. This starts with understanding the workforce challenges executives face in a post-pandemic world so they can ask the right questions and act as a sounding board.
The speaker Denise Cicchella in this CPE course will discuss practical management responses to allow employees to come back to the office, or even stay at home, and get back to the business of business.
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Founder & CEO, Auspicium
Auspicium was founded as a management consulting firm specializing in audit, real estate management, facilities management and Construction Audit and construction audit cost recovery. We specialize in consulting, fraud examination, risk assessment, and training. Our founder is a recognized leader in the field and has spoken for private companies as well as for The Instiute of Internal Auditors and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.
Jul 22nd, 2022
She is well spoken, knowledgeable and has good stories to add some color to the presentation. Great presentation!
Nov 29th, 2021
Very interesting course!
Dec 28th, 2021
The Poll Questions were not aligned with the discussions. They appeared to be out of order
Aug 27th, 2022
The instructor was not a public speaker and leaned on telling stories and almost ranting at times.