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Business Continuity and Supply Chain Management

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Business Continuity and Supply Chain Management

A key component of any Business Continuity Management (BC) program is ensuring the mitigation of impacts created when an organization’s supply chain is impacted. This week we’ll talk to noted supply chain management expert and author of “A Supply Chain Management Guide to Business Continuity” Betty Kildow. Betty has been working in Business Continuity for over 20 years and we’ll learn how to identify our key suppliers – both upstream and downstream – and what we need to consider with regards to our suppliers when disasters occur. We’ll also learn how to develop our supply chain continuity strategies and how we can strengthen and maintain those strategies. It’ll be an enlightening show for those who want to know more about supply chain management and how to incorporate it into their BCM programs.

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BIA: Has the Traditional BIA Runs Its Course?

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BIA: Has the Traditional BIA Runs Its Course?

For decades BCM / DR professionals have performed the Business Impact Analysis (BIA) the same way with the same results; often not quite the results expected. John Jackson, an early visionary in BCM / DR, talks about how the traditional BIA may need to change; change how we ask questions, who we ask information from and what results it needs to deliver if its to be effective for organizations. We’ll learn how to increase the value of BCM and DR by simply refocusing our efforts when executing a BIA to provide information that can benefit an organization when developing its BCM strategies and increasing the ability to respond to negative events. John provides allot of great tips and information to increase the value of new and experiences BCM professionals and increase the effectiveness of BCM programs. Hear some first hand examples of how the traditional BIA can be reimagined and executed from an industry pioneer. It’s sure to be a great educational experience for all.Preparing4Unexpected-AFullick.jpg

Adaptive Business Continuity – Part 2

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Adaptive Business Continuity – Part 2

For decades BCM / DR professionals have performed the Business Impact Analysis (BIA) the same way with the same results; often not quite the results expected. John Jackson, an early visionary in BCM / DR, talks about how the traditional BIA may need to change; change how we ask questions, who we ask information from and what results it needs to deliver if its to be effective for organizations. We’ll learn how to increase the value of BCM and DR by simply refocusing our efforts when executing a BIA to provide information that can benefit an organization when developing its BCM strategies and increasing the ability to respond to negative events. John provides allot of great tips and information to increase the value of new and experiences BCM professionals and increase the effectiveness of BCM programs. Hear some first hand examples of how the traditional BIA can be reimagined and executed from an industry pioneer. It’s sure to be a great educational experience for all.Preparing4Unexpected-AFullick.jpg

The Challenges of BCM & DR Programs – Part 1

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The Challenges of BCM & DR Programs – Part 1

No matter the industry, the size of your organization, or the location(s) of your business, Business Continuity Management (BCM) and Disaster Recovery (DR) programs always seem to experience a common set of challenges. Drawing from 20+ years of experience, Alex Fullick will discuss these many challenges that seem to transcend industry and location – and which seem to appear at one time or another – in every BCM/DR program. Listen in to hear why some of these challenges occur and how to deal with them when you begin to encounter the same issues in your programfullick-Promo-Variety.jpg

 

The 7 R’s of Business Continuity and Disaster Planning

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The 7 R’s of Business Continuity and Disaster Planning

Quite often when Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery practitioners try to convey the various aspects of a Business Continuity Management (BCM) or Disaster Recovery (DR) program, we miss the mark. We use our own language to convey messages and processes that aren’t in others’ diction. This episode will describe 7 terms that start with “R” that a practitioner can use to help describe to executives or non-BCM/DR practitioners what a BCM/DR program is all about and what each phase of the program contains. The 7 R’s will help anyone understand what a BCM/DR program is all about. We’ll even touch on a bonus 8th R – something everyone would be sure to enjoy.

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