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Executive coaching Aberdeen – who’s in? |

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hinesmoond: It’s a funny question to ask: who’s in for executive coaching in Aberdeen isn’t it? Why be so specific about a town, why be so focussed on senior leaders (CEOs, MDs, board members and senior directors)? And what are the benefits of answering...

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Not just Surviving – THRIVING! -

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kristopherokorocha: Continuity management has long been tied to disaster planning and crisis response as fundamental to emergency planning but the reality is: If you’re just practicing business continuity to survive you’re never going to get much out of it.

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A Day without Business Event -

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alvinailey99: and lots of kinds of disasters, but one thing remains the same: businesses disrupted by disaster permanently close their doors at an alarming rate. In fact, according to the Insurance Institute for Business and Home Safety, one in four small...

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Disaster Toolkit | DIY turnkey Continuity

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jssdvd2: Small businesses respond to natural disasters can help businesses become profitable by offering technology that helps consumers and other businesses work through a disaster Toolkit .

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DCS PLANNING | Notable statements from the 2011-2012 KPMG Globa

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addyagnew: It appears that the business continuity function is getting better defined, is reporting at a higher level and functional substantiation is based on value to the business.

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DCS PLANNING | Technology at the wheel?

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johnsanthony011: Technology at the wheel? Think again! So many companies these days think it’s a good idea to let technology get behind the wheel of business or business recovery.

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Businessimpactanalysis | BCM Policy and Program Management

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addyagnew: It appears that the business continuity function is getting better defined, is reporting at a higher level and functional substantiation is based on value to the business.

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Risk |Business Continuity Consulting

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franallison21: He cited flawed risk models, lack of adequate controls over third party vendors and anti-money laundering efficiencies as some examples of operational risk.

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Financial Institution

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robingentile01: es, for the next year or two your bank examiner may make the mistake of crediting you for exercising your disaster plan when you documented an actual crisis but let’s take a step back and think about this before we consider it a “win”.

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The astonishing piece that is often left out of recovery plans

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emilydickinson99: It’s astonishing in it’s simplicity. The business often gets left out of disaster recovery and the resilience picture. Disaster recovery is the continuity of your information systems but you certainly can’t recreate your business with...

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Emergency Response Handbook

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emilydickinson99: I’d like to hear what everyone is including in their emergency response handbooks – Let’s make a list we can refer to for updates. Here’s a start. We include basic emergency response items in our handbook:

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A Case Study in backing up data . . . .

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christynorans: Though our client was very confident in the services they were receiving, after reviewing the contract we were still uncertain how the provider supported testing or recovery of the backup data.

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Business Continuity Consulting: A Case Study in backing up data

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kristopherokorocha: We recently formed a relationship to manage the continuity program for a new client. At the start of the discovery phase, we had a hearty discussion about backup practices.

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A Case Study in backing up data . . . . -

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kristopherokorocha: key files they would absolutely need during any recovery procedure were not getting backed up at all because they labeled them as “backup files” – not required for critical processing during usual business. The backup system was simply...

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DCS PLANNING — A Case Study in backing up data . . . .

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kristopherokorocha: In fact, key files they would absolutely need during any recovery procedure were not getting backed up at all because they labeled them as “backup files” – not required for critical processing during usual business. The backup system...

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Riskmanagement

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nintyhaywards: Operational risk – the risk of loss due to failures of people, processes, systems and external events – is “high and increasing,” Curry said. He cited flawed risk models, lack of adequate controls over third party vendors and anti-money...

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10 Simple Planning Actions to Increase Your Consistency of Exce

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kristopherokorocha: Many executives ask themselves: “I know the basics about critical processes and mission-critical systems but what can I do to really make a difference in our ability to consistently exceed our customer’s expectations?”

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