BCT is a podcast that focuses on keeping your business up and running when disaster strikes. After a disaster 1 of 4 businesses will never open their doors again. We are going to talk about how to make sure your doors stay open after a disaster strikes.... Show More
As we continue to explore how to make our plans part of the daily operations for our organizations, do you know how to lead? Leadership does not mean that you have to tell people what to do. Leadership is not being the boss. Leadership is more than what you think. The best leaders are servant leaders.
Making a Business Continuity Plan is more than putting words on paper, there is needs to be a process behind it. Today we are going to explore the idea of using design thinking and how you can apply this to your planning process. Remember Ike’s concept, it is not the plan that counts, it is the planning process that is critical.
The goal of business continuity management is to ensure that important business processes are only interrupted temporarily or not interrupted at all, even in critical situations, and to ensure the economic existence of the organization even after incurring serious damage.
This current pandemic that we are facing has taught us more than one lesson. One of the issues that are facing the United States is the supply chain surge capacity. The root cause of the supply chain issues is globalization and economic efficiency.
Eric McNulty from Harvard’s NPLI and author of the book You’re it describes meta-leadership as a leader that seeks to see the big picture or a perspective beyond the obvious toward an understanding for how multiple connected factors act and interact with one another.
This week we are discussing tips to formulate your Business Continuity Plan. The First Step is your Risk Assessment. Successful risk assessments help directors and executive management identify emerging risks and face the future confidently.
This week we are discussing tips to safely reopen your business after the pandemic, or during it. Our response to COVID-19 is the new normal. Using a combination of technology and simple safety measures we can reopen.
This week we are introducing a brand new show to help you keep your business ready, prepared for natural, and human made disasters and crisis. Each week will look at different lessens learned, and hopefully, you can avoid the mistakes that others have made. So let’s talk about COVID-19 planning, this bug is not over yet.