When it comes to critical event management (CEM), practice makes perfect and serves as an important piece of building a resilience management culture within your organization. We discuss this and more in S2E3 of Business, Interrupted.
Category: Crisis Management
Geopolitical events don’t just impact the regions where they’re happening. As we’ve seen with Russia and the Ukraine, these events have widespread implications for operational resilience.
Building a crisis-ready culture is a key component of resilience management. It’s a multi-faceted approach, one that requires understanding of crisis-impact thresholds, executive support, and engagement throughout your entire organization. Hear more from Melissa Agnes in Episode 11 of Business, Interrupted.
The world of business continuity and disaster response are rapidly changing. What happens if you’re not prepared to evolve with it? Michele Turner explores how adopting new skill sets helps business continuity and resilience professionals evolve with the industry in Episode 003 of Business, Interrupted.
Resilience may be the top business continuity phrase for 2021, but it’s more than a concept. It’s about planning for—and preventing—disruptions and impacts on your organization. James Crask explores this topic in Episode 002 of Business, Interrupted.
How do we define “business as usual” post-COVID and what roles do real-life disaster response play in shaping business continuity and disaster response today and in the future? Larry Knafo reflects in Episode 001 of Business, Interrupted.
September is National Preparedness Month. It’s a great time to highlight the importance of business continuity and disaster response plans for operational resilience.
Documented properly, your business continuity exercises are building blocks for resiliency success.
While the pandemic led most organizations’ business continuity response and recovery plan initiations last year, 2021 was ripe with challenges for event response. See the top key takeaways from the 2021 Business Continuity Event Impact Management Report.
While many industries struggled to retain jobs during the pandemic, business continuity saw growth, with more U.S.-based and international job postings in 2020. What can we anticipate in the market for the rest of 2021?
Supply chain operational resilience is more essential than ever. Read more about the positive changes in 2020 and what could be improved for 2021.
Dealing with leadership teams can be challenging when it comes to your business continuity program. In this unprecedented COVID-19 climate, challenges are even more pronounced:…
October through May is generally a time when many eyes turn toward flu prevention and curbing outbreaks. This year, however, the coronavirus quickly overshadowed the…
As of February 5, 2020, there have been over 20,000 cases of the coronavirus reported and over 400 deaths.1 The global response to this disease has been swift:…