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Using a Risk Register as part of Business Continuity Planning

A risk register is what it says it is: a document that lists the risks that can affect an organisation. It also typically includes information on the potential impact of the risk and the probability of the risk materialising. Depending … Continue reading

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Supply Chain, a Great Candidate for Business Continuity Planning

The supply chain is one of the few potential competitive advantages left to enterprises. Marketing tools are available to all and this week’s advance in technology is often matched by a rival’s progress next week. However, supply chain still offers … Continue reading

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Business Continuity SMART Objectives

There’s a good chance you’ve already met SMART objectives, whether in business continuity planning or elsewhere. This acronym is multi-purpose and comes up in sales, marketing, manufacturing… and business continuity. A quick reminder on what SMART stands for: S is … Continue reading

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2013 Business Continuity Management Survey Shows Top Business Continuity Trends

How will you be applying your business continuity training – getting the message across to the rest of the organisation, bringing your BCP up to date, and dealing with business disruption? What situations are you most likely to encounter? The British Standards … Continue reading

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Training for Things that haven’t yet Happened

One of the challenges in effective disaster recovery is being sufficiently well prepared. The temptation as surveys of organizations have shown is to assume that if a disaster does happen, then human resourcefulness and an effort of 110% will put … Continue reading

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Practical Steps to Success in DRI International Qualifying Exams

If you’re attending a CBCP (Certified Business Continuity Professional) course and taking the qualifying exam afterwards, then a little targeted preparation can go a long way to exam success. The BCLE2000 courses (Professional Business Continuity Management Certification) coming up in … Continue reading

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Participation helps get the Most out of Refresher Courses

With refresher courses scheduled for the near future, such as BCP-501 (Business Continuity Planning Review, May 9-10 Melbourne, May 16-17 Sydney), the relative merits of classroom training and online training are likely to be under discussion once again. While it’s … Continue reading

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Sydney Training Course Schedule Released

Our schedule BCLE-2000 and BCP-501 has now been released for Sydney and Melbourne. Full details are available below: BCP-501 – Business Continuity Planning Review BCLE-2000 – Professional Business Continuity Management Certification

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DRI-ANZ Website Relaunch

The DRI-ANZ Website has now been relaunched.  Check it out here: www.dri-anz.org

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