2021 Fall Networks: Improving R&D Response in a Future Crisis
This project was formed in response to recent crises that have had a crippling impact on many sectors at the national and international level. These events include health, economic, and natural disasters such as the COVID-19 Pandemic, Ever Given blockage of the Suez Canal, extreme flooding in Louisiana, Fukushima earthquake in Japan, and power crisis in Texas. As a result, investors and corporate leaders are urgently looking for ways reduce risk and improve response in a future crisis.
The goal of this study is to help R&D teams and leaders anticipate and respond more effectively in a future crisis. The team intends to compile and share key lessons learned from these recent disruptions in order to improve preparedness and response at scale in a future crisis at both executive and operational levels. Join this session for an update on project learnings so far.