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 program.
The 2018-01-18 episode of Preparing for the Unexpected we are joined by author of “The Ultimate Business Continuity $uccess Guide”, who will provide us with many great tips and ideas of how BCM/DR can add value to an organization. Enjoy!
For the most part, the BCM industry states that reviews of Business Impact Analysis (BIA) findings and results are to be done on an annual basis; however, I propose that this thinking change. It is difficult of companies of all sizes and industries, to set aside time every year to review BIA’s, let along set time and resources aside to participate in various BCM tests and plans & process reviews. Continue reading →
Have you ever been in the situation where you ask your significant other what they want for dinner but receive the response that sounds non-committal and open ended? They don’t care what it is; they’ll eat whatever you make only to say they weren’t in the mood for what it was you made for them? It happens allot I’m sure, just as it happens in the BCM / DR world. Continue reading →