Barry Cardoza of Barry Cardoza, LLC, will present "Making BIA Data a High Value Strategic Advantage for Your Organization." The presentation will cover how to use a BIA effectively to generate meaningful data for business continuity programs. It will also cover how that data can be used to improve organizational resilience.
Lynnda Nelson, President of The International Consortium for Organizational Resilience (ICOR), will present "Aligning Your BCM Program to ISO 22301." In her presentation, Nelson will discuss how organizations can incorporate the new ISO 22301 standards into their business continuity programs and how implimenting those standards can help them become more resilient.
What's in store for business continuity in the coming year? How will this continally evolving landscape change and what will be its impact on the state of resiliency and our profession? Read further as we hear from some of the industry's leading executives on how the coming year promises to bring more challenges, innovation, and disruption.
Jim Mitchell, Director at eBRP Soultuions, will present "20 Things You Should Plan For (But Probably Forgot)." The presentation will focus on twenty small but critical details that could make or break a business continuity plan and result in disaster if they are not accounted for.
Kim Hirsch and Jill Gibbs of Target will present "Innovation and the Art of the BIA." Their presentation will focus on conducting large scale BIAs, what organizations need to look for while conducting a BIA and how to elicit consistent feedback through a multi-stage approach.
Dick Donovan, Vice President of M&T Bank, will present "Creativity & Continuity: Using Creative Problem Solving (CPS) Tools" on Wednesday, April 22 at 10:15 a.m. The presentation will focus on various problem solving techniques and provide participants with materials and information that they can begin using in their organization immediately.
Daniel Olbur, Business Continuity Analyst for VW Credit, Inc., will host a session called "Creating a BC Playbook: Business Continuity Planning for Sports Fans." His presentation will focus on preparing laying the foundation for an effective BC plan and preparing like a sports team for a big game through practice, repitition, exercise and muscle memory.
David Lindstedt of Readiness Analytics will host an interactive session called "Measuring Preparedness and Predicting Recoverability: A Hands-on Workshop." This session will introduce attendees to a proven measurement and metrics model and allow them to try it out right away. The model focuses on measuring resources, procedures and competencies to determine how prepared your organization is.
William Marotz, Disaster Recovery / Business Continuity Coordinator for logistics company Schneider National, Inc., will give a presentation called "Orange Trucks and Wild Tornadoes - A Case Study." His presentation will be a case study of an April, 2012 tornado that struck Schneider's operating center in Dallas, Texas focusing on the company's actions before and after the disaster.
The New York City Metro Chapter of the Association of Contingency Planners hosted its November meeting at Rabobank on Thursday, Nov. 20. The event featured a presentation by Steve Crimando about crowd and mob behavior and violence and how they can have a negative effect on businesses.
Few things can shut down business operations like an extreme weather event. They are unpredictable, dangerous and very, very difficult to plan for. Here are a few of the more unique and dangerous extreme weather events the world has seen in 2014.
The Safe America Foundation presented its WorldSafe Awards on Saturday, Nov. 8 at the Delta Flight Museum in Hapeville, Ga. Individuals and organizations across various categories were recognized for their contributions to safety both nationally and internationally.
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As temperatures begin to drop, winter weather will soon be upon us. Snow, ice, hail and “wintery mix” can bring a host of problems for business continuity professionals and their teams. Here are five reasons you should begin making preparations for winter weather right now.
Facebook has introduced a new feature, called “Safety Check,” which will allow its users to check in with their status during a disaster. Users who sign up will receive push notifications when disasters strike in their area and can respond by saying they are okay or not in the area. The response would then be transmitted to their contacts.