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No one can be an effective leader unless he or she believes in the mission of his or her organization and has faith that it is making a valuable contribution. The best leaders go even farther: they are effective advocates for their teams—to themselves, their followers, and the broader community. They know backward and forward the case for why their team’s efforts are worth supporting and can convincingly make it to others. This is as true of being the leader of a BCM team as for being the head of any other kind of group effort; in fact, I believe…

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After 18 years in the business continuity and disaster recovery profession, I have learned some valuable lessons in the power...
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The Edge Today: Where IT Should Focus
The topic of “edge IT” has become an area of intense focus for more and more data-driven organizations. This is...
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Recovery Time Objective: Promise or Aspiration?
According to the International Standards Organization ISO 22301 – Societal Security – Business Continuity Management Systems – Requirements, the Recovery...
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If Your BCM Program Isn’t Fun You’re Probably Doing It Wrong
If you work in business continuity management, you have probably heard something like “business continuity is boring,” or it is...
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