There is a discussion on the ‘BCM & Risk’ LinkedIn Group (sorry, but this is a members only forum – free to join), where the original question posed was; “Do you have a plan or are you being prepared? do you reckon these are two side of the coin or same but different words or […]
… is resilience possible?
Enjoyed a very long, but full day in Sydney today. Not only managed to get some paid work done, but also attended a very interesting discussion on resilience – and got to catch up with some old friends. The main motivation for the visit was to attend a round table event, “Building Resilience in your […]
… heroic serendipity
Things have been a little slow on the writing front since my last post about Tim Armit’s essay. I was a little disappointed that Tim’s original post generated so little discussion. I am the only person who commented at Continuity Central. I also posted about this on a LinkedIn Group (BCM Info Exchange), which generated 3 […]
… conversation silos
One of the things I find annoying about these online conversations is how fragmented they often are – too many entities trying to own the conversation (competing blogs and web sites) and as a result we get limited people engaged. The most annoying are those that are locked away behind a login and those that […]