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Without addressing this issue of human performance, a vicious technology-led cycle leads to increased cybersecurity incidents. Read WP&C's latest cybersecurity research published by MIT Sloan exploring the High-Reliability Cyber-Operation.
The Global Markets Complexity Index (GMCI) is a framework for decision-makers on geographic footprint strategy and a resource for multinationals as they navigate expansion and contraction. Explore the market, operational, and regulatory complexity across 100 countries and 8 GMCI complexity groups in this year's report. Read The Wall Street Journal Frontier Markets Editor Dan Keeler's coverage of GMCI here.
WP&C is proud to announce it has been certified as a Great Place to Work. 97% of employees report WP&C is a great place to work compared to 59% of employees at a typical U.S.-based company. The firm excelled in the areas of management communication and management involvement with 100% of employees affirming excellence.
Right now, the business world is holding its breath. It’s not clear when we will shift from crisis to recovery, but we do know that businesses will be changed by this experience. We highlight three critical levers for navigating through this crisis: boost liquidity through operational levers, identify profit-generators, and take "no regrets" actions that will pay off now and post-crisis.
Most companies have implemented immediate cost reductions in response to the crisis. Many are now starting to adapt to a potentially protracted reduction in demand by looking deeper at structural and organizational costs. WP&C accelerates capturing cost reductions by leveraging 3 complementary lenses to identify next-level cost reduction opportunities.
In the face of COVID-19, companies are moving fast to preserve cash and maximize the return on spending. For many companies, raw materials and finished goods inventories are the largest consumers of cash—working capital that can be locked up for weeks or months before it yields a return. It is key to look beyond the supply chain and also consider go-to-market approach and product offerings.
It is critical at this juncture to take two sets of actions—upgrade your security protocols for the new work-from-home dynamics and assess your organizational readiness to defend against cyberthreats along three lines of defense. Measuring your company’s alignment with the behaviors of High Reliability Cybersecurity Operations (HRCO) will allow you to identify vulnerabilities due to human performance and develop new lines of defense.
Wilson Perumal & Company has been awarded a competitive contract from the U.S. Army Materiel Command (AMC) and the Joint Munitions Command (JMC) for a year-long series of initiatives to help transform the Army’s Organic Industrial Base (OIB) and enhance its support of Army materiel readiness.
WP&C’s previous projects supporting Army Depots helped JMC achieved a 20% reduction in budgeted manpower requirements while maintaining the same throughput and reduced annual operating expenses by over $35 million across five production facilities. Read more here.