Preparing for the Unexpected – 2018-02-01: Issue Management w/ Glen Duff

Our 2018-02-01 show is a key one; talking about Issues Management and how we can utilize it in our BCM/DR programs proactively before a disaster / business interruption and how to better manage our responses to disasters. We speak with Glen Duff (ret), who specialised in Issues Management for many years for some very large organizations.

https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/103854/bcm-and-dr-issues-management

Enjoy!

The StoneRoad Team

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