Join me June 4/20, as I talk to researchers, authors, and renown leadership experts, Dr. Leonard Marcus and Dr. Eric McNulty and their new book ‘You’re It! Crisis, Change, and How to Lead When it Matters Most”.
No Business Continuity Management (BCM) professional can know everything about business operations, as there’s just so much to know. However, a BCM professional can learn allot about an organizations operations by speaking with a Business Analyst (BA), whether they be Business or Technical in focus. We speak with experienced BA expert Bill Baxter who will speak to us about the roll of the BA and what we can learn from them to help us understand business – and technical – operations. When building our continuity plans we need the input of skilled and knowledgeable resources to make our plans strong, viable and usable, and the Business Analyst is one of the key roles to help get the right plans in place.
Join us October 31/19, as we talk to author and internationally recognized Business Continuity Management expert Dr. Michael C Redmond. Enjoy!
Join us September 12/19, as we Prepare for Recovery with Ken Hoffer from Alberta Health.
Join us August 22/19, as we talk to author Chris Clearfield about his co-authored book ‘Meltdown: Why Our Systems Fail and What We Can Do About It’
The 2019-03-14 show will focus on Information Security with InfoSec Specialist, Jason Maynard. Enjoy!
Join us on January 17, 2019 as we talk to BCM/DR industry expert Dennis Lenard about the Business Impact Analysis (BIA) and its relevance to Disaster Recovery. LISTEN SOON
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.