Navigating through a crisis successfully is something all organizations must be able to do, unfortunately that isn't always the case. This is because they haven't developed a strong Crisis Management program.
Managing Business Continuity - Disaster Recovery programs can be a challenge, especially if a BC-DR practitioner doesn't have the right skills to juggle various program components and priorities. We will talk with BC-DR industry experts and project management professionals Ralph Kliem and Gregg Ritchie
Terrorism comes in many forms. It's not just the guns and firefights we see on the news channels. One form is Biological Terrorism and we'll speak with Emergency Management subject matter expert and registered nurse, Dee Grimm who will speak to us about what BIO-Terrorism is.
Technology is present in every aspect of our daily and business lives. This includes being an important factor in Emergency Management. We speak with the author Dr. John C Pine about his book Technology and Emergency Management.
Sometimes we manufacture our own negative situations because we don't pay attention to risk. We speak with Professor, Global Risk Expert and author, Robert Muir-Wood about his book 'The Cure for Catastrophe - How We Can Stop Manufacturing Natural Disasters'.
Organizational Resilience is a hot topic in the Business Continuity industry today. For this episode we talk with renowned global experts and authors of 'Organizational Resilience: Managing the Risks of Disruptive Events' Dr. Marc Siegel and Dr. James Leflar.
The Association of Continuity Professionals ACP is Not-For-Profit organization with the vision of being the world's premier association of resiliency professionals. Our guest is the National Board Chairperson for the ACP, Mr. Scott Ream.
Continuing with our speaker series from the "Continuity & Resilience Today" conference (Toronto, May 2018), this week's episode will focus on BCM Program Trends and what successful programs are doing right.