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There is a saying that says “the more things change, the more things stay the same.” I’ve been thinking about this a lot lately as I reflect on Spring World 2017 and the state of our industry. I’m starting to think that this saying, has had its time. In fact, I’d like to rephrase it to be “the more things change, the more opportunities we have to learn, grow and push our limits of self and understanding.” This sentiment encapsulates a philosophy and approach to business continuity that needs to be embraced and acted on. Change is hard. Change is…

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Ask The Executive: An Interview with the Business Continuity Team at Bank of Hawaii Corporation
Ray Trombley, MBCP, MBCI, is senior vice president, corporate business continuity manager for Bank of Hawaii Corporation. Trombley has been...
Of Course, My Function is Essential!
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