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).
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.
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 →
Whether you experience good times or bad times, everything is an opportunity to learn and grow. Too often we seem to wear blinders and trudge full speed ahead hoping we reach our final goal, which if all goes according to plan – and it rarely does – we achieve our aspirations. But when we get to the destination we often forget what we might have learned along the way, or worse, paid no heed to anything as we moved forward and thus, don’t end up learning anything from our experience. Learning from our experiences and becoming more aware of what we’re doing happens as we’re actively working on activities, not when we’ve completed them. Continue reading →
I’ve often run into people that have to ‘send an email’ with a question for a person that’s located on a few seats away. Are they afraid of that person? Why can’t they just get up and go see them for a couple of minutes to ask what they need to ask? It seems the art of face-to-face communication is disappearing in favor of CYA (Cover You’re A…) and audit concerns. 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 →
Let’s face it, you don’t know what’s happening until It’s happened; it takes time to find out what has occurred. What it major? Is it minor? Did IT get impacted? Was revenue (or other financial impacts) lost? Does the public know? Or worse, does the media know? Continue reading →