How Western Digital Was Able to Thrive After a Massive Crisis

FranklinCovey Content Team

Western Digital was one of the largest hard disk drive manufacturers in the world, but a six-foot flood at their Thailand manufacturing plant threatened to put more than 38,000 companies out of business with a 7-year estimated cleanup time. Watch this video to see how Western Digital was able to quickly resume factory operations after the natural disaster.

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