Moving Forward to the “New Normal”: Applying Lessons Learned from Around the World to Our RegionPrint PDF
Gain insights from global business executives—representing a broad range of industries with operations in over 100 countries—on how their companies have addressed the easing of COVID-19 restrictions and the complex set of issues relating to reopening our economy and returning to work. Learn what achieving “new normal” may mean both in the short-term and long-term, and the challenges and potential opportunities that lie ahead.
Wednesday, May 6, 2020
As states across the nation contemplate the easing of restrictions related to COVID-19, operations, health, safety, ethical and legal considerations are important to evaluate to achieve best results.
Our panelists will share their first-hand knowledge and insights, based on experience with governments and businesses internationally, on issues such as:
- Testing/Tracing/Tracking strategies
- The re-imagined COVID-19 workplace
- Guiding principles to protect employees and customers
- Public and private transportation
- Supply chain challenges
- Liability issues to employees, customers and the public
- Adjusting to a new world - cultural and social shifts
- Unique challenges for offices, retail, hospitals and educational institutions
Join us for this special discussion on how to plan transitions that optimize safety while moving forward to opening our economy.
|Paul Ayoub |
Partner, Executive Committee, Nutter
Board Chair, Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce
|John Farina |
Northeast Managing Partner, PwC
Member of PwC’s U.S. and Global Board of Partners
|David Karam |
CEO, Sbarro, Inc.
|Ying Shin Lee |
Managing Director, Knight Frank Shanghai, and China Head of Industrial Services
Former member, General Electric’s Global Real Estate Team
|Sharon McCollam |
Board Chair, Sutter Health, California
Board member, Advance Auto Parts, Inc.; Chewy Inc.; GetYourGuide AG; Hallmark Cards, Inc.; Signet Jewelers, Ltd., and Stitch Fix, Inc.