Corporate Crisis Management Forum
The Adolphus Hotel
1321 Commerce Street
Dallas, TX 75202
Member registration fee - $1095/person
Nonmember registration fee - $1195/person
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Corporate Crisis Management Forum: What to Do When The Worst Happens
Are you prepared to handle a crisis or catastrophic event today? Do you know your first course of action when a tsunami / hurricane / earthquake hits your facilities? What does your CEO tell the media first?
This one-day session will explore crisis management specific to the manufacturing industry through practical insights, peer-led case studies, and open discussions on best practices in business continuity planning and crisis management. Hear from your peers on business preparedness, resilience, and lessons learned from real-life experiences managing crises and black swan events. Contact MAPI's Marie Lee at email@example.com for more information.
Who should attend?
Executives tasked with overseeing the development and implementation of business continuity programs (including executives in EHS, risk management, internal audit and legal functions) and corporate crisis management (including executives in leadership positions, and those with quality, supply chain and communications responsibilities).
Case studies led by peer manufacturers / Focus on dialogue, best practices, and lessons learned / Attendance limited to facilitate openness
Questions & Contact
Tom Campbell and Mark Plumer, both partners at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP, will address best practice for effective crisis management: a rapid, multidisciplinary, integrated response. This type of response is comprehensive and takes into account initial response – investigation – analytical assessment – goal setting – narrative framing – strategic planning – narrative communication – strategic implementation – all done while balancing litigation, government relation, insurance and reputational factors. The speakers – whose practices are focused on crisis issues – will provide practical strategies for preparing for, reacting to and leading during a crisis.
This presentation is designed to provide a fresh perspective on crisis management by identify and discussing the influence basic human emotions can have on mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery efforts, as well as impact overall program effectiveness. The objective of the presentation is to ensure that these factors are understood and that the importance of giving their potential impact proper consideration during any initial program planning or continuous improvement reviews is recognized.
This presentation will discuss the impact of the 2011 Great East Japan earthquake on Texas Instruments. It will cover Texas Instruments' earthquake response from both a business continuity and crisis management perspective.
Company directors and officers accept risks with every decision they make. Business leaders (like professional gamblers) understand that often the greater the risk, the greater the reward. This presentation is taken from experiences and lessons shared by peers in mitigating risk through early inclusion and due diligence in project planning. It also focuses on reputational risk and how reputation integrates into crisis management planning and communication.
This presentation will address some the most recent disease pandemics as case studies and look into 2016 for what diseases might be emerging, where, and why. We will look at the implications to corporate private sector to operating in an outbreak zone. And, the briefing will conclude with key takeaways in preparing international travelers who might encounter diseases.