The world is reliant on resilient organisations: those which continue in business even when “things go wrong”. Disruptive events often happen, many of them we have some control over but others we don’t. The ability to manage, recover and prosper following disruption illustrates what it means to be resilient: the ability to continue during periods of disruption and uncertainty. The key for organisations is (as it has always been) to anticipate the threats, prepare for them and respond when they occur. And now, more than ever, there is a growing call for organisations to renew and reinvent themselves, adjusting to “a new normal” following disruption. Being agile, adaptable, responsive and competitive in an uncertain world defines what makes an organisation thrive and prosper in the current age of volatility.
In order to understand the BCM lifecycle and apply it in any organization. To refresh, renew, and re-invent your BCM capabilities in the wake of the global pandemic. There has never been a better time to re-assess your Business Continuity and Resilience objectives and give your plans and planning program a knowledge and capability boost. Take control of your response and recovery by leveraging the lessons of lockdown and bringing a culture of continuity to the heart of everything you do. Learn how to do this with proven methods and business techniques and unlock the secrets of effective engagement to improve your organization’s Continuity and Resilience capabilities.