ResilientBCM – Keeping the ball in play
In the first article in a three-part series looking at ‘people and resilience’, Paul Kudray explores the professional resilience perspective: what do we think we should be doing?
Is there a danger that resilience professionals might not know exactly what the ‘people’ need?
The resilience world is awash with information telling us what it all does and doesn’t mean. Each and every day, something’s posted with a ‘new’ perspective on what organizations should – and could – be doing. They happily tell us what is not being done and what the risks are.
One thing it indicates; our profession is experiencing an unprecedented ‘boom’ time. Like the proverbial Phoenix, we are rising from the ashes (or, as in personal experience), from the office under the stairs where ‘emergency planning’ – as some of us were once known – used to reside!
Content retrieved from: http://www.continuitycentral.com/index.php/news/resilience-news/898-people-and-resilience-part-one.