Building Resilience Together. Business Continuity Management at Philips

May 26, 2021

Rob van den Eijnden FBCI, awarded with the Global Continuity and Resilience professional award, will share his vision on embedding continuity and resilience. This with a special focus on how Philips works together with their clients to protect operation continuity of their medical services and products.

  • Small scaled peer session
  • Open dialogue by means of the Chatham House Rule
  • Insights in how Philips ensures continuity of their business operations
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Rob van den Eijnden

Global Business Continuity & Resilience Leader - Group Operations

Rob van den Eijnden is a seasoned strategic leader and has been actively involved in business continuity for nearly 25 years at several multinationals. In his role at Philips, Rob leads the execution of multiple business continuity initiatives which cover every aspect of the business continuity management lifecycle and connects the different disciplines like crisis management, enterprise risk management, IT management, procurement and security management.


Philips is a leading health technology company focused on improving people’s health and enabling better outcomes across the health continuum. As the stakes are high, Philips develops together with their clients a resilient integrated supply chain.


In the digital world of today, the necessity of resilient Business Continuity Management has become fundamental. The complexity of business operations has increased and operational resilience often heavily depends upon operation continuity of partners. It is therefore of utmost importance to guarantee early assessment and operational response by providing a common operating picture of (external) threats to the integrated supply chain, including your organisation's people, resources, inter-dependencies and responsibilities.


16:55 hour | Dial-in
17:00 hour | Start Virtual Round Table
17:20 hour | Keynote Rob van den Eijnden
17:50 hour | Discussion and Q&A
18:30 hour | End


Directors on Operations, Risk, Finance, Security Business Continuity & Resilience

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