CFOs and business leaders can benefit from a newly launched interview with the CFO of PwC, which aims to look at how businesses can survive the health crisis and what the future may look like. You can find out more at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t3mmnwnkGA4 or http://cfostudio.com.
The CFO Of PwC
Explains The Latest
Trends In This Interview
How has your organization been affected by the pandemic? Many people
believe the full extent and implications of the crisis remain unknown what
we do know is that some businesses have adapted better than others.
Watch this interview to find out
how PwC has increased its agility
in recent years and how it is
managing its remote workforce!
CFO Studio explains the aim of the interview is to look at the ongoing
impact of the health crisis on businesses such as yours and what your
future might look like.
During the conversation it is
acknowledged that many of us are living
through an extraordinary time and while
you may have a business continuity plan in
place, you may have been unprepared for
Mr. Curragh explains how PwC has been increasing its
agility in the years prior to the crisis.
You may be able to relate to this, at PwC
the team have been leveraging virtual
communications to ensure its customers
and team members are informed and
supported while also maintaining
expected levels of productivity.
The fundamentals of the brand continue to drive it, even
during the crisis.
As you may recognize, the team say the
safety of its employees and clients must
come first, but they also acknowledge the
way the business operates is adapting
and will look different going forward.
Many of the company's offices were closed in April, since then the
team have been encouraging its partners, clients, and workforce to
utilize remote technologies to ensure everyone remains connected.
PwC has also been holding
regular town hall meetings to
keep employees informed of
any changes or updates.
A company spokesperson said: “PwC is well equipped to weather
this storm because several years ago, we developed a mantra of
"Our view at that point was our customers
wanted quite common things, one was
they wanted more value and higher
quality, they wanted more technical
delivery, and they wanted lower costs,”