Director, Global Centre of Excellence for Family Business, KPMG Private Enterprise, KPMG International
“As an admirer of frameworks and processes, the COVID-19 pandemic has been an opportunity for me to explore a variety of these in working through how we respond as individuals, families and businesses to the crisis.
As is the case with many crisis management frameworks, phases are generally split into pre-
crisis, crisis and post-crisis, with the emphasis often in the backend on being opportunistic and challenging business owners to look to exploit the crisis in finding opportunities that provide both the business and the family the means to rise out of it in the best possible way.
KPMG’s Global Recovery Framework of Reaction – Resilience – Recovery and New Reality is >no different and in many of the conversations I am having with colleagues, business families, and friends around the world, while we are all at different stages, overall we have seen many move through Reaction and Resilience over the past few months.”
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