Tag: continuity

First review of crisis management standard
crisis management

Is ISO 22361:2022 CM Worthwhile?

The new crisis management ISO is here. In October, the International Standards Organization (ISO) published its first crisis management standalone guidance, prompting me to wonder: is ISO 22361:2022 CM worthwhile? So far, we know that “This document guides crisis management to help organizations plan, establish, maintain, review and continually improve a strategic crisis management capability.”

Making the BCM Business Case
Business Continuity Management

Is BCM a Sham?

BCM gets a bad rap Is BCM a sham? You likely had a similar experience. You are in a meeting with an executive or mid-level manager. After providing a kick-off presentation or results report, you get a question about why Business Continuity Management (BCM) is necessary to the company. Of course, this is when having

Hurricane Ian's Lessons for Resilience Professionals
disaster recovery

Recovery and Resilience

Hurricane Ian’s lesson in resilience Over the past week, Hurricane Ian slammed into the Caribbean, Cuba, then the Southern US reminding us of the importance of recovery and resilience. Experts are already ranking it among the top storms in United States history. As the storm moved northwards up the coast, millions were without electricity in

Continuity Maturity Assessment
Business Continuity Management

Measuring the Maturity of your Business Continuity Management (BCM) program

Guest Contributor Article – Part 1 I’m excited to share the following article from a guest contributor, my colleague, Kenton Friesen. Kenton is a continuity, emergency, and risk management professional with experience identifying, applying, and managing corporate resiliency strategies. He is experienced with leading or facilitating cross-functional teams to increase organizational resilience, including the development

Disaster Empire
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