What could go wrong? It’s this question that gets Ashley Martin, a senior consultant with Avalution Consulting, hungry for knowledge and opportunities. It’s also the one key question Martin says she and other young professionals should always be asking. When creating exercise scenarios for organizations, it’s in thinking about what could go wrong that allows her to create successful projects and recovery plans for organizations. Working as a consultant enables Martin to work on a variety of projects for a wide range of companies, ensuring there is never a dull day or an end to her learning opportunities. As she…
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