Preparing for the Unexpected – 2018-04-19: The Challenges of BCM/DR Programs – Part II

The April 19/18 show continues from where Part I of “The Challenges of BCM/DR Programs” left off. Join us and see if you’re encountering the same challenges.

https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/105776/the-challenges-of-bcmdr-programs-part-ii

The StoneRoad Team

 

 

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Preparing for the Unexpected – 2018-04-12: The Challenges of BCM/DR Programs – Part 1

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.

https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/105645/the-challenges-of-bcmdr-programs-part-i

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The StoneRoad Team

 

 

Preparing for the Unexpected – 2018-03-15: The 7 R’s of BCM & DR

Our 2018-03-15 show will focus on an easy way to communicate the often complexities of BCM/DR to those not completely in the know. We’ll talk about 7 R’s that can help explain what a program entails.

https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/105030/making-it-easy-the-7-rs-of-bcm-and-dr

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The StoneRoad Team

Preparing for the Unexpected – 2018-02-22: Business Impact Analysis: Tips and Slips

Our February 22nd 2018 show is an Encore presentation of one of our most popular show – “Business Impact Analysis: Tips and Slips When Performing a BIA”.

https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/104749/encore-business-impact-analysis-tips-and-slips-when-performing-a-bia

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The StoneRoad Team

BCM/DR: BCP Strategies – From Nothing to Business as Usual

Recently, I have been attending quite a few meetings regarding contingencies required for the implementation of a large project initiative.  Because it’s a new initiative and many users aren’t even assigned an ID yet to use these new systems and applications, it’s a bit hard for them to know what contingency strategies are required Continue reading

Business Impact Analysis (BIA): Reviews and Timeframes

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

Business Impact Analysis (BIA): Organizational Integration (Project Change Impacts)

One of the major challenges for Business Continuity Management (BCM) professionals and organizations is ensuring that their Business Impact Analysis (BIA) is kept current and update to date.  The problem with keeping the BIA’s up to date is that there is no process that integrates the BIA into the existing organizational functions.  Continue reading