Case Studies Track to Present Proven Ideas, Challenges, Lessons Learned

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Nearly a dozen sessions and workshops have been scheduled for the featured Case Studies track at the 2021 Continuity Insights Management Conference. The exchange of practical ideas that can help solve critical problems or improve the efficiency or effectiveness of an overall BCM program will be on full display as practitioners share information dealing with current issues based on actual events.

Featured case studies will focus on building long-term resilience into your strategy, dealing with natural disasters including an up-close look at the Black Swan event that landed in Texas this past winter, managing risk, reflections on the Nashville Christmas Day bombing, executing adaptive BC in your program, and tales from the real world where a panel of eight seasoned practitioners will address their biggest issues and how they solved them, and more.

Presenters will include expert business continuity practitioners from Netflix, Brink’s Inc., NCA Healthcare, Covenant Park, Canadian Premier Life Insurance, Frost Bank, the YMCA of Minnesota, Cambia Health, Southern Glazers Wine and Spirits, and more.

Visit the 2021 Continuity Insights Management Conference to view the complete Case Studies track and register for this year’s event.

View the complete 2021 Continuity Insights Management Conference agenda here.

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