2021 Continuity Insights Management Conference – Resiliency Rescheduled

The Continuity Insights 2021 Management Conference will explore current trends that are dominating the BC/DR market and will provide practical information, including tools, techniques, and take-aways that you can bring back to the office and put into practice immediately while helping you grow professionally. The Continuity Insights executive team is currently

New Report: 2021 The State of Risk Oversight

The ERM Initiative at NC State, in partnership with the AICPA, has announced the release of its 2021 State of Risk Oversight Report: An Overview of Enterprise Risk Management Practices, reflecting insights from 420 executives about the state of ERM maturity in their organizations. The 12th annual report reveals that executives

2021 Continuity Insights Management Conference Set for Minneapolis

After staging its annual Management Conference and New York events virtually in 2020 due to the Coronavirus, Continuity Insights is excited to return to a live, in-person event for 2021. The Continuity Insights 2021 Management Conference (#CIMC2021) is scheduled for October 4-6 at the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis, MN. The 19th annual

9th Edition Event Impact Management Report Available

BC Management has released the results of its 9th Edition Event Impact Management Report which assesses how organizations prepare for events and gauge how certain events have impacted them. The study was conducted in partnership with Witt O’Brien’s. Data points from the survey combine responses from global executives and major industry verticals, encompassing

Reimagining the Postpandemic Workplace 

Every workplace model has its own pros and cons. Understanding where your people work most effectively impacts the physical places needed to do the work of the organization. This understanding has changed based upon the changes implemented in 2020. Reimagining the Postpandemic Workplace, a new educational webinar from ICOR will discuss

Lessons From Past Emergencies Could Improve the Pandemic Response

The lack of accountability, poor communication and insufficient planning plaguing the government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic — especially in its early months — have roots in how the nation responded to 9/11, Hurricane Katrina, and the H1N1 swine flu, a new study finds. The lack of accountability, poor communication and insufficient