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I don’t  know   how  the   Games  will   affect  my   business  

My working   loca@on  is  in   an  area  that   will  be   affected  by   the  Games    

1. Did  you  answer  yes  to  any  of  the   quesBons  in  the  ‘Do  you  need  to   take  acBon  table?’  If  so,  you   need  to  develop  an  Olympic  plan   SOLUTION

SOLUTION

ACTIONS

1. Can  you  work  from  home?   2.  Can  you  work  from  an   alternaBve  locaBon  that  is  not   affected  by  the  Games?   3.  Can  you  change  your  core   operaBng  hours  to  ease  the   strain  of  staff  gemng  in  during   the  busiest  Bmes?  

ACTIONS

1. Download  the  free  advice  tool  kit   from  the  Get  Ahead  of  the  Games   website   2.  Aaend  free  workshops  and   webinars  informing  you  of  the   impacts  of  the  Olympics   3.  Assign  a  member  of  staff  to  be  in   charge  of  the  Olympic  planning     4.  Download  the  ODA  Olympic  AcBon   Plan  template   1.  Check  your  home  working   capability  and  that  increased   demand  is  supported  by  your  IT   2.  Hold  an  Olympic  trial  week  to  see   how  your  organisaBon  copes  with   different  working  hours/  shij   paaerns/  travel  to  work/  working   locaBons  etc.   3.  Produce  an  ac@on  plan  and   communicate  it  with  staff,   suppliers  and  stakeholders   4.  Test  these  arrangements  ahead  of   the  games  to  ensure  they  work   5.  The  Greater  London  Authority   (GLA)  are  offering  an  online  ‘Get   Games  Ready’  training  package.   (see  weblinks  slide)  

How to Prepare your Business for London 2012 Olympics  

Steelhenge Consulting guides you through planning your business continuity for the London 2012 Olympics. This covers key statistics, Olympic...

How to Prepare your Business for London 2012 Olympics  

Steelhenge Consulting guides you through planning your business continuity for the London 2012 Olympics. This covers key statistics, Olympic...

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