Supply chain resilience has reached the Peak of Inflated Expectations and will arrive at the Plateau of Productivity in five to 10 years, according to the Gartner, Inc. Hype Cycle for Supply Chain Strategy, 2022. The Peak of Inflated Expectations highlights capabilities where early publicity produces success stories, but expectations rise above
The British Standards Institution (BSI) has released a revised version of its BS 65000 organizational resilience standard. BS 65000:2022 is now a code of practice, having being upgraded from a guidance document. BS 65000 helps organizations understand what resilience means and provides the necessary guidance to help them build a more
What is operational resilience? Operational resilience is a business's ability to respond to and overcome adverse circumstances during operation that might cause financial loss or disrupt business services. An organization's operational resilience determines its ability to respond and recover in a timely manner. Why is operational resilience important and what does it
Climate change must be on the mind of every security, emergency management, and business continuity professional. As the temperature rises, so does the risk of aggression and violence. For professionals in any discipline related to safety and security, this will be a growing concern as the planet continues to warm.
The thought of a new virus impacting businesses is probably the last thing anyone wants to hear after two years dealing with Covid-19. But the declaration of a public health emergency in the U.S. means that companies should also increase their awareness and preparations for the monkeypox virus. Companies should now
Infinite Blue, a leading provider of business continuity/disaster recovery planning and response management software, has forged an implementation partnership with ProBuddy Software Solutions, a leading IT Services and IT Consulting firm. ProBuddy has undergone implementation certification training and is approved to successfully implement Infinite Blue’s award-winning software BC in the Cloud®. Read
As companies seek to navigate a multi-stakeholder global landscape and the world continues to adjust to the impacts of Covid-19, significant new risks have emerged that are reshaping the near-term business and risk landscape. These new risks—and the intensification of longstanding risks—are pressure-testing the agility and resilience of corporate strategies,
For the past two years, it has felt like we’ve been living in a state of constant crisis. From the global pandemic and massive supply-chain disruptions to rising inflation and cost of living, to large-scale cyberattacks that have stopped businesses in their tracks, numerous unexpected events have threatened operations in organizations large and small, in every part of