If global organizations didn’t acknowledge the importance of strategic business resilience planning before 2020, they certainly do now. From food manufacturing to financial services, the COVID-19 pandemic has affected every industry and worker. Since the pandemic began, many companies have gone back to the drawing board when it comes to risk management, aiming to develop a robust business continuity plan which fully enables their business to operate even during times of great duress. One of the biggest lessons learned from the pandemic is the necessity for enterprise resilience. We have all heard CEOs discussing their ability to respond to disruptions…
Adjusting Business Continuity Plans to Adapt to a Changing Climate
Severe weather events and climate-related disasters are nothing new. On an annual basis, these types of events cost the U.S....
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Count Me In: Why I Value Face-to-Face Collaboration
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United Arab Emirates BCM and Pandemics: Preparing for What’s Next
The world is still learning lessons from a once-in-a-century pandemic. BC managers in the United Arab Emirates are applying those...
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It Is Time to Tackle the Challenges of the ‘Last Mile(s)’
The logistics industry has faced multiple new pressures over the last two years, beginning with the COVID-19 pandemic and snowballing...
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