MIT Professional Education is offering its popular and comprehensive Crisis Management & Business Resiliency Course twice this year
SIMEX exercises involve incident management teams responding to unfolding scenarios. This exercise is unique in simulating the real-life experience of a real incident.
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Wicked Problems - What Do I Need To Know?
by Charlie Maclean-Bristol, FBCI, FEPS
Charlie Maclean-Bristol discusses the theory of wicked problems, what it means for business continuity professionals and how we are able to implement this idea into our plans.
This week I wanted to share with you all an academic theory around wicked…
Is Business Continuity One of the Victims of COVID-19?
by Charlie Maclean-Bristol, FBCI, FEPS. Charlie Maclean-Bristol shares his thoughts on the business continuity industry and how he believes COVID-19 has negatively impacted it.
Is Business Continuity (BC) one of the victims of COVID-19? Business continuity during COVID-19 lacked when it came to responding and adapting…
Charlie Maclean-Bristol, FBCI, FEPS, discusses the devastating events unfolding in Afghanistan 2021 and what we need to learn from this as business continuity professionals
I have been watching the events unfold in Afghanistan over the last couple of weeks with the Taliban taking over the country, the air evacuation taking place and yesterday, the two…
MIT Crisis Management & Business Resiliency Course — now offered online
July 19-22 and July 26-29, 2021
There's no denying its been a difficult year. To help you navigate today's and tomorrow's crises, MIT Professional Education's popular Crisis Management & Business Resiliency Course is being offered virtually this July.
MIT Crisis Management & Business Resiliency Course…
Hypercomplexity: Which Incidents Should We Be Preparing For?
Charlie Maclean-Bristol, FBCI, FEPS discusses the idea of a hypercomplex world and preparing for different scenarios in it.
A few weeks ago, I wrote a bulletin on scenario planning and how under the new requirement of Operational Resilience for FCA and PRA, regulated organisations now have a…
Getting Back to In-Person Events at DRJ Fall 2021
By Bob Arnold, president of Disaster Recovery Journal
In-person events drive the kinds of encounters conducive to creating collaborations building communities and establishing friendships. Aspects that many attendees appear to have missed most during the pandemic include the conference atmosphere, extensive feedback opportunities, and in-depth conversations…
These and many more one-hour exercises are contained in Charlie Maclean-Bristol’s new book, Business Continuity Exercises: Quick Exercises to Validate Your Plan.