Preparing for the Unexpected: LIVE @ DRJ Fall 2018 (Sep 24/18)!!

For anyone that may have missed it during our aired episodes of Preparing for the Unexpected with host, Alex Fullick on the VoiceAmerica radio network, this is just a reminder that we’re broadcasting LIVE from the Disaster Recovery Journal (DRJ) Fall 2018 conference in Phoenix, Arizona on Monday, September 24/18 from 11am (PST) to 5pm (PST). 

VoiceAmerica Live Event Page

We’ll be talking to conference speakers/presenters and attendees alike about all things Business Continuity, Disaster Planning, Resilience, Crisis Management and any other subject we happen to come across.

Enjoy!

The StoneRoad Team

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Preparing for the Unexpected (Nov 8/18): Lessons Learned from a Historical Perspective

For our November 8/18 episode, we talk to business and history expert John Vespasian, who will show us how we can learn business continuity and disaster planning lessons from a historical perspective.

https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/109354/bcm-and-lessons-learned-from-a-historical-perspective

Enjoy!

The StoneRoad Team

 

Preparing for the Unexpected (Dec 13/18): Lessons Learned from Hurricane Harvey

For our Dec 13/18 show we’ll talk with expert Dee Grimm RN, JD about the lessons learned from Hurricane Harvey (August 2017).

https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/108480/lessons-learned-from-hurricane-harvey-august-2017

The StoneRoad Team

BCM & DR: Learn From What Goes Right, As Well As What Goes Wrong

So things didn’t go as well as you planned; either your project implementation didn’t go the way you wanted – without any hiccups – or your organization didn’t respond the way you’d expected them to when the proverbial hit the fan. Well, get used to it. That’s the way things go. You always plan for the worst and hope for the best and having a project management background as well as my BCM/DR background, things don’t always go as planned no matter how hard you try. However, if something does go wrong, it’s a good idea to learn from it. Continue reading