Planning through uncertainty: A quick guide

Video: Octopus Energy CEO Greg Jackson and Insights Group CEO Andy Lothian offer tips on preparing for the recovery.

by Management Today
Last Updated: 07 May 2020
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The future has never exactly been well-illuminated, but uncertainty is perhaps now at its highest point in decades. How long and how deep will this recession be? When will the lockdown relax? How will consumer behaviour have changed?

In this face of such unknown quantities, businesses still need to plan - living day-to-day is not a long-term strategy.

In this video panel, Insights Group CEO Andy Lothian and Octopus Energy CEO Greg Jackson share with Management Today's Stephen Jones what they've learned about preparing for an unknown future.

Image credit: Anadolu Agency Contributor via Getty Images

Music clip: bensound.com

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