Informational Update For January 10, 2013
Managing a crisis can be extremely complicated. Are you certain that you are sending the right message, to the right person, at the right time in order to elicit the right response? Message mapping is considered by experts to be a critical, incident notification best practice.
Recently, we analyzed first-hand accounts from system administrators and the behavior of message recipients. We also received expert insights from Dr. Robert Chandler, author of the book, Emergency Notification. From this research, we assembled the best practices behind the science of message mapping.
Download the Best Practices for Message Mapping whitepaper to learn:
How administrators and recipients react in a crisis
How to optimize performance in a crisis
How to craft the perfect message, including the 3-3-30 rule
How to reach a person, not just a device
Download the Best Practices for Message Mapping whitepaper.
Learn from the top crisis/risk communication professionals, scholars and researchers!
The third annual 2013 International Crisis & Risk Communication (ICRC) Conference at UCF (March 5-6, 2013) explores crisis/risk communication and focuses on the sub-theme: Rethinking Media. Effective crisis/risk communication makes the difference in crisis management success, operational continuity, safety, emergency management, disaster recovery, image-reputation brand management, product issues, incident notification, media relations and social media applications. Register here: 2013 ICRC Conference
Keynotes and general sessions presented by award winning experts including; BCP Chief for the United Nations; Dr. Tim Coombs; Jerry Mitchell; Dr. Robert Chandler; and many others.
Global knowledge leaders’ panel discussions on social media
Learn from the team that handled the Sanford Florida - (Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman) event
Breakouts on reputation repair; social media; technology; news media; and professional best practices
Network and connect with leading crisis communication authorities
Case Study Live â€“ interactive table top experience
2 Pre-Conference workshops (Monday March 4) Working with the Media and Crisis Communication Boot Camp
Enhance communication knowledge, skills and abilities
Accessible to newcomers and well experienced
Research findings and best practices
Bring your team
Session Topics include:
Rules for Social Media Crises
Getting the Most from Media During a Crisis
Image Repair Strategies for Today’s Merged Media
Confessions of a muckraking reporter
Penn State and the Jerry Sandusky Scandal
Lessons from Hurricane Sandy
K-12 School Safety & Crisis Plans
Post-Crisis Organizational Renewal
Learn more and register: 2013 ICRC Conference.
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Spring World 2013
A BCM Professional's Playbook on Customer Satisfaction
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Elevate your BCM profile within your organization by taking a page from this playbook on customer satisfaction. Gain insight for leveraging basics of the BCM process into opportunities to raise your profile and value in the eyes of the key organizational "customers." Learn tactics that have already proven their validity at the highest levels in more than 250 organizations, and ideas you can apply in any organization.
12 Best Practices for Data Backup and Recovery
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This whitepaper covers the 12 Best Practices your company needs to know when choosing a data backup and recovery solution including security, reliability, compliance and more. Consider this your checklist when reviewing your current solution or when you are researching options.
DRJ Introduces - DRJ Live Learning Center
Missed a session at one of DRJ's conferences? Is there a session you want to review again for reference? The DRJ Live Learning Center connects you to educational sessions recorded live from DRJ events. DRJ conference attendees receive complimentary recordings through the Live Learning Center for conferences they attended. If you missed a 2012 World Conference, you can purchase recordings to catch up on the valuable education that was shared with other professionals in your industry.
Planning â€“ Itâ€™s about Information (Not Just Documents)
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
If you subscribe to the theory that BCM is all about creating Plans, youâ€™re missing the most valuable contribution your BCM Program can make to your organization: Effective Incident Response.
Your organizationâ€™s capability to respond to any disruption of its operations depends on access to critical information, enabling Incident Managers to make informed decisions quickly. If your Planning process produces that critical information (in addition to Plans), your organization vastly improves its ability to respond to disruptions.
SPECIAL SPRING WORLD SESSION
Special Session: Hurricane Sandy â€“ Learn From Those Who Made It Through The Storm
Hurricane Sandy or how it is now known, Superstorm Sandy devastated portions of the Caribbean, the Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern United States in late October 2012. It was the tenth hurricane of the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season initially a Category 2 storm at its peak and then fell off to a Category 1 storm before making landfall near Atlantic City, New Jersey.