When planning our various BCM/DR components, you need to build and maintain some level of a schedule. If you don’t have a schedule built for let’s say the BIA or the development of a Crisis Communications Plan, then Executives will never know when to expect the results and participants will continually ‘put you off’. Continue reading →
As noted in Part 1, if you’re going to be merging all areas of the two companies and the acquired will be engulfed or swallowed up by the acquiring company, then BCM/DR has a very large workload ahead of itself. In some regards, it’ll be like starting over but you’ll know half the BCM need already. Continue reading →
When you’re building a BCM / DR program, there are allot of decisions to be made along the way. Some come from results of a BIA or other information gathering session and some have to be made through feedback received from the sponsor based on a potential roadblock encountered. Regardless, decisions get made and when they do, you – as the BCM / DR practitioner – should document these decisions. Continue reading →
We’re happy to announce that we now have updated Business Continuity Management (BCM) document templates available at http://www.stone-road.com. We’ve removed the older 2003 versions, and now have everything in a 2010 version.
We are happy to announce that ebook / Kindle versions of all books by StoneRoad founder A.Alex Fullick, are now available from Amazon.com (and other Global Amazon sites).
We hope these information sources help you with your Business Continuity / Disaster Recovery Program efforts. Keep your eyes open for more BCM / DR information sources coming from A.Alex Fullick and StoneRoad.
We’re thrilled to let you know that two books by our founder, A.Alex Fullick are now back in stock on Amazon. It was enough to know they’ve sold out a couple of times and now we’re happy they are back and available once more…hopefully no more “Temporarily out of stock” messages for awhile.
1) Business Impact Analysis – Building the Foundation for a Strong Business Continuity Program
Often, when an organization initiates its Business Continuity Management (BCM) / Disaster Recovery (DR) program, it a pretty manual process: documents, power points and spreadsheets abound. They look good and they serve a purposes but when the program needs to mature and grow, the manual maintenance and monitoring processes just can’t keep up properly. Suddenly, the person responsible – use is usually only assigned to BCM/DR part time – can’t keep up and things begin to fall apart. It’s time for some help to automate the BCM process to keep it current and maintainable (not just the plans being maintained). Continue reading →