Remember the economic meltdown (almost) of eight years ago? Two buzzwords came to the fore at that time. One was “systemic risk”, the risk that applies to an entire sector or domain; in this case, the global economy.
Often, techniques that are invented in one domain can be of use in another one too. If you’ve spent your working in life so far in business continuity, you may not have seen much of the lean approach that is frequently used in manufacturing.
The company has a vision of making its Messenger app the default communication mode for businesses, whether with other businesses or with customers.
On the face of it, business continuity is a robust process. You gather the appropriate information, apply methodologies to assess business risk.
It is easy to indulge in navel-gazing when it comes to business continuity. We examine your business, its components, its requirements, its objectives and the risks that could affect it.
A Local Resilience Forum? Should you have one? Also referred to for short as an LRF, the idea is to bring together different respondents in a local area in order to guarantee cooperation