FM Global has launched its first-ever podcast series, ‘Resilience Is A Choice’
FM Global has recently launched its first-ever podcast series, titled, ‘Resilience Is A Choice’. This podcast will bring you some of the most interesting voices in the world of insurance, as a host of FM Global experts share their views on some of the most salient issues for our industry. So far experts have discussed supply chain resilience, climate change and the FM Global Resilience Index. The series aims to share pressing knowledge with business leaders, showcasing how to better promote resilience in their operations and to drive out unnecessary risk
Latest episode – How resilient is your supply chain? Listen here
Supply chain resilience has never been more important. Since the year 2000, the value of intermediate goods flowing through global supply chains has risen threefold, reaching an estimated US$10 trillion in 2020. In the latest episode, launched in October, FM Global’s Philip Johnson, senior vice president EMEA division manager, shares his insights on how to achieve supply chain resilience particularly in the post COVID-19 world.
Listen to previous episodes:
- Episode One: The FM Global Resilience Index (listen here)
- Episode Two: Weather Proof: Climate Risk, Resilience and the Bottom Line (listen here)
- Episode Three: Will Mother Nature sink your stock price (listen here)
The podcast launched in June, with Episode One focusing on the FM Global Resilience Index. Ronnie Gibson, vice president, brand experience and Eric Jones, global manager, business risk consulting, discuss how the Index can inform post-pandemic strategic decision-making by examining the economic, risk quality and supply chain resilience of the nearly 130 countries ranked.
Episode Two features Kathrine Klosowski, vice president, manager of natural hazards who examines how a rapidly changing environment may threaten business continuity and how companies can plot the path to resilience. Continuing to look at environmental risks, Episode Three looks at recent research showing how companies well prepared to stand up to Mother Nature ultimately preserve their shareholder value, Bret Ahnell, FM Global executive vice president examines in more detail.