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Rhinos and Risk Assessments: Adjusting risk Assessment Methodologies to Account for ‘Unforeseeable’ Events
By Dr. Jo Robertson
It is wrong to describe the COVID-19 pandemic as a "black swan" (i.e. a catastrophic event that no one saw coming). Far more apt would be to call it a ‘grey rhino’…
Just as the world seems to be slowly recovering from the worst of COVID-19, business continuity and supply-chain are emerging as major crisis risks.
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…
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The ongoing pandemic crisis has clearly challenged us in ways we’ve never seen before, essentially impacting every aspect of our personal and professional lives.
Charlie Maclean-Bristol, FBCI, FEPS, discusses the NHS COVID-19 tracking app, getting “pinged” and the consequences of self-isolation on businesses.
COVID-19 is Challenging How We Use Data to Explain Risk Issues
by Tony Jaques PhD, Director of Issue Outcomes Pty Ltd, for people who work in issue and crisis management, author of Crisis Counsel: Navigating Legal and Communication Conflict.
COVID-19 and the worrying occurrence of some vaccine side-effects is proving yet again how hard it…
In a world where science and expertise are under attack, communicators know how hard it is to fully convey the impact of events which rely on catastrophic statistics.
Is it time for Business Continuity Managers to step away from the COVID-19 response? Charlie Maclean-Bristol discusses his thoughts on how organizations should move forward in dealing with the virus.
The coronavirus just may have had one positive effect. The world-wide race to develop an effective vaccine to slow the global pandemic seems to have temporarily overshadowed the influence of anti-vaccine activists, according to Tony Jaques. But, when is it okay to shut down debate on controversial issues?
Though it has to be said that prominent…