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 →
Well, it’s that time again when I write about personal experience rather than academic doctrine and how the two end up conflicting and sometimes not providing what you want in the end.
Recently, during a few meeting it was discussed that a new process was required for Senior Management reporting purposes and the manager requesting the process provided some guidelines/requirements on what was needed. Sounds easy enough. Continue reading →