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Sep 09
2014

Recipe for Recovery: A Cookbook for a Winning Business Continuity Program

Posted by Linda Laun in Business Continuity Plans , Business Continuity Planning , Business Continuity Management , Business Continuity , BCM Professionals , BCM

Linda Laun

Food is a universal language. So is man’s need to survive. Whether in the business world or the kitchen we need a simple recipe for business continuity success.  In this four part series, I’ll introduce you to the four basic courses necessary when cooking up an appetizing and rewarding business continuity program. In this last installment, we treat ourselves to a rich, well deserved dessert as we maintain the plans and programs we’ve worked so hard to create.  

Feb 20
2014

Ski boots and celery

Posted by Andy Osborne in Business Continuity Plans , Business Continuity Planning , Awareness

Andy Osborne

By Andy Osborne, Acumen.  
Originally posted on Oz's Business Continuity Blog.

I love skiing. It’s right up there on my list of top ten favourite things (I’ll keep the other nine and their relative positions to myself for now, on the grounds that divulging them may incriminate me).

Dec 24
2013

Rudolph the red-faced business continuity manager (a Christmas tale – sort of!)

Posted by Andy Osborne in Disaster Recovery , Business Continuity Plans , Business Continuity Management , Business Continuity

Andy Osborne

By Andy Osborne, Consultancy Director at Acumen

Once upon a time there was a senior manager called Rudolph who, on top of his other responsibilities, was put in charge of the business continuity project. Rudolph was a busy chap with a lot on his plate – he didn’t have time for detail. And anyway, disasters never happen do they? Well, only to other people. 

Nov 13
2013

Delving into the depths

Posted by Andy Osborne in Business Continuity Plans , Business Continuity Planning , Business Continuity Management , Business Continuity

Andy Osborne

By Andy Osborne, Acumen.    
Originally posted on Oz's Business Continuity Blog

Following the recent departure of number one son to Manchester (see “University challenge”), on Sunday afternoon I decided to address a small issue that's been troubling me for a while. For several years, in fact. When I say troubling, I mean causing my blood to simmer gently on a pretty much permanent basis, and to boil over about once a week, often punctuated by the phrase "...and tidy your @*~%#& bedroom!"