Unintended Consequences of Well-Intentioned Policies
by Roger D. Blackwell and Roger A. Bailey
For any person, life is full of decisions. Often, these decisions are made to solve a problem or to seek out increased happiness and prosperity. The policy decisions of a nation are typically well-motivated to achieve the…
In this chapter about The Power of the Observation you will discover:
• An overview of the concept of an “observation.”
• The primary elements included in the observation as well as its format.
• Fundamental considerations when performing and documenting the observation including the power of one’s influence on the actions being observed, the…
Throughout the business world, security breaches have become a constant reminder of the critical need to assess and take action on cybersecurity risks and critical infrastructure vulnerabilities. As we have seen from the damages incurred from the war in Ukraine, it has occurred to many businesses and municipalities around the world that they could be…
In this sample chapter from the new book The Corporate Warrior, you will learn from James Farwell the society, culture, history, leadership, and values of any target audience.
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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’…
FREE emergency evacuation plan template for your business
This is one of the many templates, tools and resources included with the book Emergency Evacuation Planning for Your Workplace: From Chaos to Life-Saving Solutions, by Jim Burtles, KLJ, MMLJ, FBCI.
This is your starting point for you to build your emergency evacuation plan for your people and…
Reputation may in fact be your most valuable uninsured asset. Nothing destroys reputation faster or deeper than a crisis mismanaged.
This free chapter is an introduction to cybersecurity law from Tari Schreider's new book Cybersecurity Law, Standards and Regulations (2nd Edition)
In today’s litigious business world, cyber-related matters could land you in court. As a computer security professional, you are protecting your data, but are you protecting your company? While you know industry standards and regulations,…
One of the most common areas of disagreement between lawyers and communicators is about when and how to apologize.
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.