Did you watch the Snowden video? Life (and our work) would be more predictable if everything existed in the Ordered Domain – but in the real world it doesn’t. Our organisations, especially when viewed in the contemporary risk/threat/vulnerability environment are complex adaptive systems. When we promote simple (which often become simplistic) solutions we […]
Did you watch the TEDx talk I linked in the last post? How did you go thinking about your purpose? Why you get up each day to work in BC, why you do what you do – and why anybody should care? As Simon Sinek says repeatedly in that video … “People don’t buy what […]
In closing the previous post I deliberately used a popular misquote. The full quote reads like this; “Progress, far from consisting in change, depends on retentiveness. When change is absolute there remains no being to improve and no direction is set for possible improvement: and when experience is not retained, as among savages, infancy is […]
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One of the predictable things about the BC industry is that periodically there is a bout of introspection – we are in a bad spot, how do we change to move forward? The predictable outcome is that little actually changes other than the name – Disaster Recovery, Business Continuity Management, BCMS, Resilience, Business Resilience. The […]