Ever wondered how suet pudding could bring one of the UK’s busiest trading floors to a grinding halt? Or why there used to be a caterpillar in the London Risk Register? The Business Continuity Podcast is a straightforward, jargon-free discussion with people who deal with disasters for a living.
We delve into the exercises and methodologies that keep organisations like The Economist, Fujitsu and the BCI secure and resilient, and explore just how much continuity planning goes into something like the London 2012 Olympics.
S4, Episode 7 - Crisis communications & cyber
Crisis Comms isn’t just for cyber and cyber is much bigger than comms. But in the Venn diagram of Business Continuity topics, there’s a lot of overlap on these two.
S4, Episode 6 - Trust the process: planning & exercising
Where should we focus our efforts for the best return? We’re looking at the nuts and bolts of Business Continuity: plans, planning, testing and exercising.
S4, Episode 5 - Working in Business Continuity
How to break into the industry, Business Continuity degrees, the best industries to work in and how to improve welfare for BC professionals.
S4, Episode 4 - How to lead the crisis
In the second episode on Managing the crisis we’re talking about Crisis leadership. What makes a good leader, how to run the crisis and how to get better at it.
S4, Episode 3 - Managing the crisis – who’s in charge?
Over the next two episodes, we’re looking at Managing the crisis. Who is the right person to lead your crisis response? The BC Manager or the CEO?
S4, Episode 2 - Business Continuity or Resilience?
There’s been a shift in recent years away from “Business Continuity” to the more holistic “Resilience”. Is it just renaming and rebranding the same job or something more significant?