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Flash mob dance.

… BCAW 2014 – FlashBlog and late nights

This entry is part 10 of 11 in the series BC Awareness Week

This entry is part 10 of 11 in the series BC Awareness WeekAnother Business Continuity Awareness Week has arrived. In this timezone that tends to mean late nights if you want to catch the webinar program live, rather than on the replay. Replays are fine if you only want to passively consume the material, but […]

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… getting their attention

Hopefully I have your attention! The new issue of Continuity Magazine is available, which includes an article I wrote entitled “Getting their attention”. It is about the nature of Executive exercising and the benefits that can flow from expanding our focus, embracing something different and exercising emerging threats – rather than the same old, tired, scenarios and […]

Counting the costs … the parallax perspective

This entry is part 11 of 11 in the series BC Awareness Week

This entry is part 11 of 11 in the series BC Awareness WeekThe technical definition of Parallax “is a displacement or difference in the apparent position of an object viewed along two different lines of sight”(Wikipedia). It can also be used as a means to determine distance since nearby objects have a larger parallax effect when observed from […]

Thoughts and ideas on resilience

In Defense of Uncertainty

… embracing uncertainty

The annual BCI Conference starts in Sydney today, unfortunately I am not able to make it this year – having chosen to go to Toronto later in the month I need to stick to paid activity this week! I spoke at the BCI conference last year, my session was titled “In Defence of Uncertainty”. It […]

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… the meaning of resilience is vague

I have been accepted to speak at a BCI conference in the New Year, so I sent a rough outline of the session to a number of colleagues for comment. Despite the small sample I think it indicates that this concept of resilience is still unclear in many BC professionals’ minds. I asked these folks […]

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… national culture and resilience

This entry is part 1 of 9 in the series Culture and Resilience

This entry is part 1 of 9 in the series Culture and ResilienceIn Australia we celebrate our national day on 26 January – “Australia Day”. While technically a public holiday, my day started with a trip to my primary client’s site and several hours of crisis management before heading out to celebrate. Normally having my […]

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