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A blog about this blog…

August 29, 2011


Wow… someone blogged about this blog!  Thanks Ken! And:

Resilience v Business Continuity

August 21, 2011


I’ve had a few conversations lately about business continuity v enterprise risk mananagement v operational continuity v resilience. I think there is a really big shift in the way we’re perceiving these areas and how they overlap.  And then I wonder why people are surprised they overlap.  They should!  How many of us  have worked […]

Organisational Resilience – by the Romans

August 16, 2011


One of the brilliant things about this blog is the people one ‘meets’ because of it.  I continue to be grateful to those who respond to posts with ideas or articles, and I am pleased when I find articles that I think will help others in their own work.  The article I’m posting about here […]

Linking Crisis Management and Leadership Competencies

August 14, 2011


The first boss from whom I learned enormous amounts (namecheck: Jamie McLean, thank you) taught me that if you want to do something well, work backwards.  Decide what you need something to be/do/achieve so you can produce an output spec.  Then work out what’s needed to achieve the spec.  Sounds simple, right, but so many […]

This post is a procrastination

August 11, 2011


I’m behind my self-imposed schedule.  This post isn’t going to help that along.  But, as I sit in the other half’s book room and look at the fact I just finished a section, I decide I need a break from typing/thinking/doing.  So I’m posting instead. To explain, the dissertation does not need to be handed […]