Well, we are now only one month away from the premiere of the new internet radio show hosted by StoneRoad founder Alex Fullick. Continue reading
After receiving many suggestions and lots of feedback, the upcoming radio show dedicated to all things related to Business Continuity Management (BCM), the name has been chosen: Continue reading
Communication; the backbone, or cornerstone if you will, of any successful enterprise. Without it you can have an organization moving in multiple directions causing confusion and all archways falling down around you when you need to be moving forward as a cohesive unit – especially during times of crisis. What makes it so key to everything? Continue reading
As you may know from our last post, our founder Alex Fullick, will be doing an internet radio show on the Talk Radio Network at http://www.voiceamerica.com.
Based on all things Business Continuity Management (BCM) related, such as Disaster Planning, Emergency Management, personal safety (home, privacy…), Crisis Management & Communications, Business Continuity Planning etc. the show hopes to bring the BCM industry awareness to the masses.
But we still need a name!!
Soooo, be creative and provide us a suggested name for the show.
The only guidelines is that is should be short and catchy and easily identifiable to everyone – not just industry practitioners.
We’re looking forward to what you come up with.
The StoneRoad Team
PS: If the winning suggestion comes from a response provided through this site, we’ll try talk Alex into providing some sort of goodie for ya!
STONEROAD ANNOUNCEMENT: Internet Radio Show Coming Soon!!
Today, we’d like to announce that StoneRoad founder, Alex Fullick, has signed a contract with World Talk Radio LLC to establish a 13 week talk radio show about all things related to Business Continuity Management (BCM) on the Variety Channel. Continue reading
Have you ever gotten to the end of your journey to find you’re not in the place you thought you’d be – or wanted to get to? It’s that way for many projects and programs, including BCM/DR initiatives. Sometimes what you intended to achieve isn’t what you end up accomplishing – if at all.
Developing and the maintaining a Business Continuity Management (BCM) / Disaster Recovery (DR) program means managing – and sometimes juggling – multiple components. You could be juggling Business Impact Analysis (BIA) reviews while starting to plan the next major Simulation Exercise. Continue reading
While looking for something unrelated, we happened to come across this review for the 5th book by Alex Fullick; “Testing Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Plans.” It was released a couple of years ago and has proven to be quite successful so we’re happy to have found this.
Well done boss!! 🙂