What Does “Strategic Planning” for Reopening Look Like When You Can’t Strategically Plan?

Organizational leaders have seen their plans for 2020 upended by the pandemic. As the country begins to reopen, leaders are facing a multitude of uncertainties about the Nation’s health, the economy, and ever-changing public expectations. In this webinar, panelists discuss how U.S. communities, businesses, and government agencies approach reopening decisions when so many questions remain unanswered about the “new normal.”

June 17th, 2020

Webinar Recording:


George Crouch
Deputy Assistant Director,
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

Cathy Lanier
Senior Vice President – Security,
National Football League (NFL)

Eric Rosen
FUSE Executive Advisor,
City of Los Angeles Department of Convention and Tourism Development

G.B. Jones [Moderator]
Law Enforcement and Security Subject Matter Expert,
Center for Homeland Defense and Security

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This webinar is part of the CHDS Lecture and Webinar Series and is held in partnership with the International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM), the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO), and the Naval Postgraduate School Alumni Association and Foundation.

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