COVID‑19: A guide to maintaining business resilience is a report produced by Australia’s KPMG consultancy and made available in July 2020.
In the report, the company presents KPMG’s approach to business resilience, addressing 4 main aspects: financial resilience, operational resilience, commercial resilience and community resilience.
The company also describes the recovery path in each of these aspects, outlining tangible actions that companies can take, following the Reaction, Resilience, Recovery and New Reality model.
In May 2020, consulting company Deloitte published the report “Covid-19: A human-first approach as you recover and thrive” that addresses five steps to achieve a human-first approach while helping businesses to recover and develop.
In April, the company published a similar report, but addressing workforce-related post-pandemic insights.
In April 2020, consulting company Deloitte published the report “Workforce strategies for post-Covid recovery”, which provides insights on how to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic crisis considering the workforce context.
According to the company, “workforce strategies in the recovery are best orchestrated through five critical actions: Reflect, Recommit, Re-engage, Rethink, and Reboot.”
The material is complemented by a workbook that provides a framework to help HR leaders plan for what they need now to maintain business continuity, while anticipating future demands.
Since March 2020, consulting company Deloitte has made available a series of reports and tools to help businesses during the Covid-19 outbreak. According to the consultancy, companies should consider the following phases: Respond, Recover, Thrive – to face the crisis generated by the Coronavirus.
The first of these materials, referring to the “Respond” phase is the report “The heart of resilient leadership responding to Covid-19”, which brings resources to help leaders to prepare and manage the continuity of activities during the pandemic.
The report is complemented by the article “The heart of resilient leadership: Responding to Covid-19 – A guide for senior executives” that addresses the five fundamental qualities of resilient leadership and the steps that can help organisations blunt the crisis’s impact and enable it to emerge stronger.
As for the “Recover” phase, the company launched specific materials for different areas, including the workforce, consumers and others.
All materials are available on the “Resources for resilient leadership” page on the Deloitte website.
In march 2020, consulting company Accenture published the report Respond, Reset and Renew – Navigating the impact of Covid-19 in Consumer Goods in which summarizes the practical steps that consumer goods business leaders must take to respond to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The report provides guidance on what to do now and in the future, considering the HR, Marketing, Sales, Supply Chain and Finance departments.