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VA TECH Vindicated!

I have said from the start that notifying everyone in a community of a threat due to what appeared to be a domestic dispute is not a leadership or law enforcement responsibility. VA TECH has been vindicated. from the Huffington Post: RICHMOND, Va. — RICHMOND,...

Hurricane Sandy One Year Later

Today, Oct. 29 marks the one year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy. This was the most devastating storm of 2012 and the second most expensive in the history of the United States.  A quick online search reveals a range of opinions, facts and photography collections...

A great honor

Events near the end of October have a way of forcing me to choose among equally enticing prospects.  Rather than attend this year’s Executive Women’s Forum in Scottsdale, I flew to Reno to help present the 2013 Hall of Fame Awards & Gala for the...

Getting off the Roundabout

This is my first post on the DRJ blog, I appreciate the invitation to contribute and hope the readers derive some value from my contributions. My primary aim will be to promote, or at times provoke, discussion. So I am going to link together an “opinion...

A pair of debriefs

By Andy Osborne, Consultancy Director at Acumen It’s fairly standard practice to hold some form of debrief at the end of an exercise or test, which is a very sensible thing to do. It helps to ensure that any issues and actions arising are captured and it’s...

Earthquake planning

In yesterday’s operational risk seminar that I teach at the University of Washington, our guest speaker was UW seismologist and information scientist Bill Steele.  In the first hour of class, he used a presentation he had recently made to state government...

12 Things NOT to Include in Your BCM / DR Plan

When disaster – or a crises – strikes, organizations must be able to refer to a plan to help guide them through the tasks they need to consider executing to respond, restore and recover, systems and operations. All to often when a BCM / DR plan is pulled...

8 TIPS for COMMUNICATING DURING A CRISIS

To most people a crisis is bad and for the most part, they’d probably be right. However, an organization can do good things when they are hit with a crisis; some may even say there is an opportunity. The situation itself might be bad enough but it it’s not...

50th DRJ Conference

It’s time to celebrate – in 2014 at DRJ Spring World we’re celebrating our 50th conference!! DRJ Spring World 2014 promises to be our best yet and you can be confident that we’re looking forward to learning, growing and celebrating with you....