Monthly Archives: December 2012

No Virginia, Business Continuity is not the same as Crisis Management

Any organization which imagines a business continuity plan makes them “crisis prepared” is due for a big surprise.  Business continuity is just one element of strategic crisis management, and failure to recognise this reality can leave organizations dangerously vulnerable to … Continue reading

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Sexism is alive and well . . . and a major risk issue

Sexism – or an allegation of sexism – has become an increasingly important reputation risk for individuals, politicians and corporations. And these claims sometimes arise from what US crisis expert Jonathan Bernstein has called “mind-blowingly unprofessional” acts. That’s how Bernstein described a … Continue reading

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