January 2, 2018 1:43 pm
The debate over the use of software for business continuity planning is typically focused on the perceived value of the system functionality. Software vendors champion their automation features while critics cite the licensing cost and the complexity of implementation and administration. Most organizations hinge their final determination on whether the system capabilities are viewed to … Continue reading "Should Your Organization Use Business Continuity Software?"
January 2, 2018 1:40 pm
Vinny Barbarino was a likeable character on a 1970s sitcom called Welcome Back Kotter. Welcome Back Kotter featured Gabe Kaplan as a Brooklyn school teacher charged with the education of some very unique students who had little interest in their studies. Barbarino, played by John Travolta, was the ringleader of the crew. He was famous … Continue reading "The Barbarino Test for Actionable Plans"
January 2, 2018 1:36 pm
When I was learning to drive, my Mom told me I had an advantage. It would be easier for me than it was for her because I could focus on learning to control the car. When she learned to drive, it was more difficult because in addition to learning to handle the car, she also … Continue reading "Automatic"
January 2, 2018 1:33 pm
The more I work with different organizations around the world, the more I realize that we can’t talk here. “Here” meaning the industry of business continuity. Joan Rivers’ catch phrase was effective for decades at eliciting laughter. Our dysfunction as it regards the still challenging effort to adopt a formalized language for our industry is … Continue reading "Can We Talk Here"