Business Continuity Management:Building an Effective Incident Management Plan Michael Blyth
Mastering Business Continuity Management: Dr Michael C Redmond
Effective Strategies to Ensure Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery:Critical Success Factors in a Post 9-11 World Michael Barbara/ Anne-Marie Croteau/ Kevin Laframboise
Few businesses can afford to shut down for an extended period of time, regardless of the cause. If the past few years have taught us anything, it´s that disaster can strike in any shape, at any time. Be prepared with the time-tested strategies in Business Continuity Management: Building an Effective Incident Management Plan and protect your employees while ensuring your company survives the unimaginable. Written by Michael Blyth - one of the world´s foremost consultants in the field of business contingency management - this audiobook provides cost-conscious executives with a structured, sustainable, and time-tested blueprint toward developing an individualized, strategic business-continuity program. This timely audiobook urges security managers, HR directors, program managers, and CEOs to manage nonfinancial crises to protect your company and its employees. Discussions include: Incident management versus crisis response Crisis-management structures Crisis flows and organizational responses Leveraging internal and external resources Effective crisis communications Clear decision-making authorities Trigger plans and alert states Training and resources Designing and structuring policies and plans Monitoring crisis-management programs Stages of disasters Emergency preparedness Emergency-situation management Crisis leadership More than 40 different crisis scenarios Developing and utilizing a business continuity plan protects your company, its personnel, facilities, materials, and activities from the broad spectrum of risks that face businesses and government agencies on a daily basis, whether at home or internationally. Business Continuity Management presents concepts that can be applied in part, or full, to your business, regardless 1. Language: English. Narrator: Barry Abrams. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/gdan/002997/bk_gdan_002997_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The interest in Business Continuity has gained significant momentum in the last few years, especially with the Y2K non-event, the increasing corporate dependence on computer systems and the growing levels of devastation associated with recent disasters. This book takes an organization interested in continuity planning through the processes needed to develop an effective plan. ´´Jim Barnes has succeeded in providing us a much-needed tool, with which we can condidently face many of the day-to-day challenges of business contingency planning ... With this book, he has taken an important step in removing much of the guesswork and frustration from the business continuity implementation project.´´ From the Foreword by Philip Jan Rothstein, FBCI, President of Rothstein Associates Inc., Publisher of The Rothstein Catalog on Disaster Recovery, 2001
In Hope Is not a Method, Sullivan and co-author Colonel Michael Harper tell us how they kept the army well-trained and equipped for traditional functions while preparing it for a wide range of new and complicated missions, all in the midst of a dramatic reduction in both human and financial resources. Their approach is based on continuity and change: maintaining their focus on the army´s historic vision and values while introducing new problem-solving techniques and training methods. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Gordon R. Sullivan, Michael V. Harper. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/pnix/000245/bk_pnix_000245_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Are We Willing To Take That Risk?:10 Questions Every Executive Should Ask About Business Continuity Michael Croy/ Diane J. Laux