about THE RECOVERY LAB

We can help you plan for COVID-19 disruptions as well as the next crisis

Your ability to plan for and shift from the operational issues of today to those of tomorrow may determine the resiliency and ultimate survival of your business.

The Recovery Lab can help with sector-specific resources, best practices, data and a peer-to-peer forum for topic discussions and problem solving.


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Leading in Crisis

Learn from ej4 about business continuity plans for multiple disruption scenarios, including pandemics like COVID-19.

Hear from London Business School experts about the principles of resilience and how major companies overcame challenging times. 

Hear from London Business School experts on how to thrive in the world of virtual working.

Former U.S. Defense Secretary General James Mattis shares lessons on emerging from the pandemic and preparing for what’s next, in a conversation with McKinsey & Company.

The sudden, large-scale shift to remote working has meant leading and managing in new ways. Leaders from McKinsey share insights related to people, organizational structure, processes, and technology.

The experts at PwC share essential principles for any change initiative.

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Agriculture

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Construction

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Financial Services

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Healthcare

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Leisure/Hospitality

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Manufacturing

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Real Estate

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Restaurant/Food Services

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Retail

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Transportation

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Wholesale

Take the Show Me Strong Pledge

Missourians are strong, resilient and ready to get back to business. The backbone of a healthy economic recovery depends on everyone’s willingness to help control the spread of COVID-19.

The Show Me Strong Pledge is a voluntary commitment to take a few simple steps that will aid in protecting the well-being of all Missourians.

Testing Resources

Testing is a critical step to the economic recovery of the state. Employers across the state should keep abreast of testing and health care resources locally to help keep their workforce safe and healthy. 

FIND TESTING RESOURCES LOCALLY

The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services has compiled a list of local testing resources to make it easy for employers and citizens to find the nearest testing facility or event.

LEARN ABOUT TESTING BEST PRACTICES

As businesses begin to reopen, it will be essential to work with local health officials and build plans to safeguard your workers and customers.

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Check out the resource directory!

We’ve gathered information and resources from partner agencies across state and federal government.