Events and Webinars
We share our insights and experiences through a variety of events such as conferences, seminars and webinars
Webinar: Across the banking sector, internal and regulatory risk and finance reporting architectures have built up on a piecemeal basis. Banks are now looking at ways to streamline these processes, reduce costs and improve flexibility to support business management.
Supply chains incurred intense pressures from recent events – some sustained, some are still challenged. For many, digital and automation were the keys to survival. Now digital supplier networks are emerging as the new standard to ensure not only ongoing operational effectiveness and financial liquidity, but also closer collaboration, shared insights, and shared value.
In our last webinar we focused on habit ‘know-how’ - understanding key drivers of sustained habit formation and insights to support the development of new behaviours.
In part two we will be exploring the ‘what’, particularly in relation to the imminent transition from lockdown to what will undoubtedly be new ways of working.
Have you ever wondered why some habits stick and others fall by the wayside?
In the workplace, this difficulty in implementing new habits is the cause of great frustration for leaders and managers. That may be caused by either our own failure to stick to what we know is good practice, or our team members’ struggles to put new learning into practice. In the current ever changing demands of our new working environments this can prove even more challenging.
The ongoing market turbulence caused by COVID-19 is prompting all financial institutions to reassess their risk provisions - taking into account both short-term risk issues and long-term economic forecasts. Against this background, we are organising a series of "BearingPoint Banking Talks" on current risk issues to help banks manage them effectively.
Effectively embracing change, particularly of late with the new requirements to work remotely, comes down to our frame of mind and how we keep ourselves agile, motivated and resilient in order to respond effectively. In an environment that feels like it is becoming increasingly uncertain, complex and ambiguous, the way in which we interact with people, in particular our teams, is constantly being put under pressure.
Understanding how to navigate through these changing environments and uncertainty is one thing, having the confidence and resilience to do so is another! It is, however, of the utmost importance not just for you, but also for your team members and colleagues.