The Best Policy: The Core Element of a Good BCM Program Is Honesty
You can’t have a good business continuity management or BCM program without the core elements of BIAs, TRAs, recovery plans, and exercises, but it’s possible that the most important element of all […]
Is Your Greatest BCM Risk Your BCM Team?
Over the years, we have talked about all kinds of risk in our programs. Compliance risk, residual risk, third party risk, and more all need to be considered. However, one BCM risk […]
What is the Residual Risk of Your Critical Recovery Plans?
What is the “residual risk” of your critical recovery plans? The first thing to understand is, what is a residual risk? Residual risk is the risk that remains after an organization has determined its risk tolerance […]
If Your BCM Program Were a Publicly Traded Stock, What Would Its Price Be?
As the CEO of a boutique BCM consulting firm, I am responsible for the global leadership to the entire set of industry practices and horizontal capabilities within our organization. Building the firm […]
Where is Your BCM Roadmap Taking Your Program in 2015?
Where is your BCM roadmap taking your program in 2015? Do you even have a roadmap to guide your efforts? Do you find you and your team more focused on fighting day […]
Art of Essentialism BCM Office Leader
I recently spoke at the DRJ Fall Conference in San Diego on the Art of Essentialism and its application in the BCM arena. The Art of Essentialism was coined by Greg McKeown […]
BIA Alignment? We Don’t Need NO Stinking BIA Alignment!
Industry best practices recommend that the BCM Office align its organizations Business Impact Analysis (BIA) derived Recovery Time Objectives (RTOs) and Recovery Point Objectives (RPOs) with Information Technology Disaster Recovery (DR) capabilities […]
Are You a Leader in BCM Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC)?
How Do You Measure Up? – Are You a Leader in BCM Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) If you’re a BCM Practitioner, you’ve probably been asked this question from your senior management: […]