Control Risks has published the results of its recent ‘State of Enterprise Resilience’ survey. Defining resilience as the ability of an organization to assess, anticipate, mitigate, and recover from disruptive events, the survey assessed the degree to which the concept
Mark Armour and David Lindstedt recently proposed Continuity 2.0, a manifesto detailing how current approaches to business continuity planning might evolve. In this article Mark looks at how Continuity 2.0 might be applied in practice.
Leadership management buzz: everywhere you look there are great articles and information on leadership and management. But is yours resilient or ‘de-resilient’? Paul Kudray challenges you to find out… Click here to view article