I trust everyone has a great holiday season and you’re all looking forward to a busy and fun 2012!! We here at StoneRoad sure did and we’re looking forward to some new projects. Here’s just a bit of what we’re looking at this year;
1) Alex Fullick releases his 3rd book in early 2012 (Made Again – Volume 2: Practical Advice for Business Continuity Programs).
2) Alex Fullick releases his 4th book in the fall of 2012 (tentatively titled “Essence: The Truths of Disaster Planning All Leaders Must Understand.”)
3) Creating and releasing the 1st book under a NEW StoneRoad company, ‘Madaemen (a Division of StoneRoad).’
4) Releasing and selling DR/BCM/ERM templates guides on the www.stone-road.com website, along with user guides on how they can be utilized.
5) Running a contest with a local Chamber of Commerce to win a free audit engagement (conditions apply).
6) Near the end of 2012, we plan in beginning to take our revolutionary BCM training course on the road. It’ll be a training like no other. (More on that in a few months time.)
7) Since our logo has received lots of feedback, we’re going to release a small selection of merchandise later in the year. For some reason, everyone like our dragon!! Sorry, can’t have him – he’s ours. 😉
8) Begin development on iPhone application that will help corporations during disasters; again, more on that later in the year.
9) Continue working with The International Emergency Manager’s Society (TIEMS) and will be in Mumbia, India in September 2012.
10) Off hand I can’t remember the dates for publishing but StoneRoad will be contributing a few writing pieces to an encyclopedia on Crisis Management being coordinated by individuals in California, USA (Berkely University springs to mind). Sorry, just getting back to a ‘work’ frame of mind so a bit fuzzy on the details at the moment.
That’s if to for now…I’m sure there’s more we’ll be doing as time goes by.
Our hope for you is that each and everyone of you finds success in 2012 and your reach your goals or at the very least, been able to take steps towards reaching them. Here’s to a new year and the wide open road of success; it’s yours to travel!!
Alex & everyone at StoneRoad.
“Heads in the Sand: What Stops Corporations From Seeing Business Continuity as a Social Responsibility” and “Made Again Volume 1 – Practical Advice for Business Continuity Programs”
by StoneRoad founder, A.Alex Fullick, MBCI, CBCP, CBRA, ITILv3