Moving forward in a world where crisis never sleeps

June 7
3:30 pm4:30 pm
Whether it be COVID-19, geopolitics, or high-volume cyberattacks, global corporations face operational, financial, and reputational challenges with increasing speed and magnitude. Amid these changes, market forces and new operating models increasingly necessitate that organizations do more with less, heightening the importance of ensuring that the programs that organizations have in place can quickly adapt to a wide range of challenges. In this panel, Juliette Kayyem and Jonathan Wackrow discuss some of the key threats confronting retailers around the country and provide insights on how incorporating crisis preparedness and response into corporate strategy can minimize the impact of future disruption by providing issue-agnostic frameworks to help evaluate and respond to an emergency.
Juliette  Kayyem

Juliette Kayyem

Professor and Faculty Chair, Homeland Security Project, Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government
Harvard Kennedy School