The Return to the Office: A Global Perspective

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“Of all of the leaders out there in all of our industries a full 85% don’t get beyond the self authoring stage.” – Ron West

Episode 81: The Return to the Office – A Global Perspective

The Status Go Partner Innovation Series strives to highlight InterVision’s industry-leading partners; their organizations, their teams and their overall technological ingenuity as we discuss various topics ranging from leadership to transformation to products and services. In this episode, we welcome Brad Minnis, Vice President of Environment, Health, Safety and Security for Juniper Networks.  Brad sits down with Jeff Ton to give us a global perspective as it relates to the COVID-19 crisis and more specifically, how they are handling the re-opening of their offices around the world.  As Brad states, “Planning is everything for an event like this.”  Hear the ways Juniper stuck to their overall plan, ways they were forced to deviate from that plan as they gathered new information and how technology is playing a big role in the process — most notably with contact tracing.

Time Stamped Table of Contents

1:29 Brad’s role 3:51 Early actions and the planning process 9:02 Deviations from the plan 11:12 The decision making process 13:42 Staying abreast of a dynamic environment 15:26 Phases of re-opening 20:02 Employee protection 21:23 Employee readiness 23:50 The role of technology in the re-opening process 27:45 Action Items
Brad Minnis, CPP, is the Vice President of Environmental, Health, Safety & Security for Juniper Networks, Inc.,  where he is responsible for strategic design, implementation and management of the company’s security, safety, environment, crisis management, supply chain integrity, product security incident response and business continuity functions.  He also manages the Corporation’s government-related security programs. Mr. Minnis served for ten years in the United States Navy and has served in leadership positions in the International Security Management Association (ISMA) and ASIS International, serving as Chairman of the San Francisco Chapter in 2003.  He has also co-written several publications on software integrity assurance and supply chain security with organizations such as SAFECode. Mr. Minnis is certified as a Protection Professional by the Professional Certification Board of ASIS International and attended the University of Connecticut, where he received two certificates in Environmental, Health and Safety

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