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Resilience, I want it but what is it?

Armageddon avoided

Je Suis Paris

Communication system let me down. Why you need a notification system.

The Minimum Business Continuity Objective: The Cinderella of the BIA

Crisis Management Lessons

Fool if you think it’s over

Keep calm it is only a drill

Paints a 1000 words

The Business Continuity Manager 2017

Thoughts on the Death of a Lion

Beware Red Kites and Lions

7/7 Lessons revisited

Prevention is better than Cure

Business Continuity in the Philippines

Fatalities planning

​The Dangers of Outsourcing​

Alton Towers Rollercoaster Crash​

Breaking up is hard to do

The Beautiful Game

Sorry seems to be the hardest word​​

Why Do Incidents Occur?

Business Continuity within Manufacturing

Does Business Continuity really manage the real risks to your organisation?

Fire in the Hole

Beware the creeping crisis

Making Command Post Exercises as realistic as possible

Recovering Business Reputation after a Scandal

A threat from within

Beware the Cuckoo in the Nest

Checklist for severe weather

Terrorist Attacks – What a BCM should do

10 Suggested New Year’s Resolutions for Business Continuity Managers!

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