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Business Continuity Expo explores best practice for protecting your organisation before, during and after an incident. Whether these incidents are terrorism threats, loss of IT or extreme weather conditions, the large exhibition, free seminars and stand-alone conference will help you identify the practical solutions to ensure the continuation of your business at all times. Visit www.businesscontinuityexpo.co.uk for more information.
 
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When you think of Complex Problems, sometimes trying the simple solution works. However, sometimes simple is not the right answer. Let's see how we can balance the complex solution with the quick fix (that never works). Links Web: https://titanhst.com/ LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/3KgRvv6 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/titanhst/ Twitter: https://…
 
Most Organizations are looking to build an enduring entity. Leveraging aspects of business continuity and business resilience principles enables organizations to mitigate risks more effectively and allow continuous operations. The goal of improving an organization's ability to respond to disruptions and strengthening its long-term resilience is the…
 
Tabletop exercises are a tool that you need to add to your organization. It is not critical to have the "right" scenario. It could be anything that could harm your organization's reputation and its ability to function, from a natural disaster or accident to human-caused crises such as a security breach, terror attack, or internally perpetrated wron…
 
Whether it's the threat of a flood, storm, earthquake, pandemic, or human-caused hazard, building the resilience of your business to disasters is becoming just as important as managing your reputation or testing your products before launching them. Strong economic, financial, legal, reputational, and regulatory reasons exist. Let's explore why busi…
 
Complexity bias is a logical fallacy that leads us to give undue credence to complex concepts. Faced with two competing ideas, we are likely to choose the most complex one. As a result, when we need to solve a problem, we may ignore simple solutions — thinking “that will never work” — and instead favor complex ones. Links Web: https://titanhst.com/…
 
Active shooting scenarios focus on the police response, and the larger emergency management role during these complex incidents is often overlooked. However, they are multi-week, multi-jurisdictional incidents requiring command & control, interoperable communications, and a host of other services. Web: https://titanhst.com/ LinkedIn: https://bit.ly…
 
Acts of Violence can take many forms, and it takes a tremendous toll on everyone involved. Results of an act of violence are increased absenteeism and turnover, high-stress levels, decreased productivity, increased Workers' Compensation claims, damaged morale, costs involved with post-incident counseling, and much more. We have talked about prevent…
 
For protection during a disaster, an effective localization and positioning system is a vital disaster. With the use of mobile devices, locating individuals during a disaster is becoming easy with Cell/RIF/Bluetooth. The mobile device-enabled Augmented Reality(AR) in conjunction with the Internet of Things(IoT) is changing the face of disaster mana…
 
As organizations look at ways to address the most significant challenges, from natural disasters to sustainability, they need to invest in the IoT solutions embedded with advanced analytics to better prepare for and react to these incidents. With connected sensors and long-range, low-power IoT technology leveraging artificial intelligence, organiza…
 
The new internet may soon be coming to a home near you in the form of Mesh Networking. So what is Mesh Networking and how does it differ from traditional networks…and how will it change disaster communications? Links Web: https://titanhst.com/ LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/3KgRvv6 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/titanhst/ Twitter: https://twitter.c…
 
The news of two active shooter events one in Buffalo NY and the other at a church in Laguna Woods CA, and mass notification communications mistake by a major city in SoCal are driving the conversation in emergency management. Do you have a plan on how to communicate with your team, your clients, and stakeholders? Now is the time to take a look at y…
 
What do you do after your emergency procedures and evacuation plans are complete? It is time to exercise them. Your team must know what to do in an emergency at work and home. And How you are going to communicate with them. A vital part of this training is a fire drill, which puts the emergency procedures into practice to see if they work. If they …
 
The Southwest has moved from fire season to a 365-day threat of wildland fires. Why do you need a plan? Roughly 60,000 wildfires burn 8 million acres in the U.S. each year, according to the National Interagency Fire Center (NIFC). Wildland fires are more destructive and deadly than ever. Although we see fires in the west the most, every state has a…
 
A NASCAR PIT CREW COMES TO MIND when I think of a high-performing team. Each team member has a critical role to play, and they are specialized, hyper-focuses, and ready to achieve outstanding results under pressure. How can you achieve the outcomes your team can give you? Quality performance management empowers collaborative workspaces and develops…
 
When we think of Business Continuity Planning, we ought to have a plan for a power outage; however, have you ever thought about a power shortage? As we see, the price of fuel impacts the supply chain. Can the drought in the American Southwest impact the electrical grid? Join Todd as he looks at how hydroelectrical generation stations have some conc…
 
Regardless of industry, the planning/decision-making function should have one goal: to reduce the latency between analysis, decision, and direction change. Organizations must look at their data holistically and have a culture that allows them to communicate any new inputs across the organization to make that turn instantly. In today's uncertain wor…
 
We are witnessing the war in Ukraine and the humanitarian crisis that it has brought. In addition, the conflict is hurting the economy; oil prices have gone up, food prices worldwide are on the rise, and the President of the United States told the nation to prepare for food shortages. We see the eroding of the value of incomes while disrupting trad…
 
The war in Europe has organizations discussing cybersecurity in the C-Suite and boardrooms worldwide. Today we need to approach cybersecurity as part of the system. Cybersecurity is an intrinsic risk management essential that must be built into the core of every employee, product, and service. Companies need to implant cybersecurity by design and a…
 
The event of a cyberattack is now increasingly likely in today's environment. However, business operations matter more than data. Your organization needs to place your stakeholders first. Your customers rely on your company to deliver the services and products. Cyberattacks not only implicate customer data but, more importantly, disrupt service del…
 
Russia's assault on Ukraine has left Multinational Companies scrambling to ensure the safety of their workers while girding for disruption stemming from Western sanctions. Companies are now closing and limiting business in Russia, The Longshoremen are refusing to unload ships carrying Russian goods, and companies with facilities in Ukraine have sus…
 
Understanding and assessing geopolitical risk is more critical today than ever before. It is close to impossible to remove a company out of the global economy and supply chain today. Issues in one part of the world will have an impact on every sector of business. The crisis-management teams have moved from “nice to have” to “need to have.” Links: W…
 
The Wall Street Journal has reported that America's Power Grid is increasingly Unreliable. The rising rate of power outages, the strain on the system, and the closing of power plants across the US are just some of the symptoms. Is Your organization ready? Links: Website-https://www.titanhst.com/ Facebook-https://www.facebook.com/TitanHST/ Instagram…
 
Business continuity is a company’s ability to ensure operations and core business functions are maintained, or not severely impacted, during or after a disaster. Here are important differences in business continuity vs. disaster recovery, and those in leadership or emergency preparedness roles can benefit from understanding the core distinctions. L…
 
We have learned a few lessons over the past two years as we have changed the way we do business. Remote Incident Management is now normal. The tools and ease of use have made the transition from a large in-person Emergency Operations Center, to a smaller, and more diversification in your assets and locations. Using tools such as Titan HST, to help …
 
An Incident can happen anytime, the nature of emergencies is not limited to normal business hours. A well-planned incident management program allows an organization to minimize the impact of any business disruption that impacts your organization negatively. However, your team needs to be able to access the plan and the process from any location tha…
 
I was having a conversation with my friend, yes the same friend that I talk about all the time. He asked me what is Business Continuity to me? To him, Business Continuity is a large SWOT Analysis and he is not that far off. So together we will break down what Business Continuity is to the basics, how it not only impacts organizations on the big eve…
 
We have witnessed epic snowstorms, fatal heat dome, horrific flooding, apocalyptic fires, and a December tornado storm that impacted 6 states. is it clear Climate change is here, now, today, and is making our jobs harder and more important than ever. The biggest challenge of learning to live in a new climate is that there’s so much uncertainty abou…
 
Organizational culture is the collective result of how people think and behave, the shared values, and reactions to internal and external stimuli. An organization's culture and its corresponding set of guiding principles (core values) will determine its resilience during a crisis. Leaders and managers must lean on the organization's values to drive…
 
It has been said that doing fire drills and other disaster exercises is a time suck, that they interrupt important work and productivity. Time and time again, this has been proven to be wrong. The drills save lives. We can point to Active Shooter drills that saved students a few weeks ago. The example on 9/11, how thousands of lives were saved by R…
 
The latest tornado swarm to hit the South East reminds us of how quickly a storm can become unstable and cause destruction across states. The Tornado that hit Kentucky traveled about 220 miles (maybe more). The tornadoes tore through six states parts of Arkansas, Illinois, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, and Tennessee. Thousands are without power,…
 
Shane Parrish Twitter that Writing is often the process you realize that you do not understand what you are talking about. Turing that statement around, you do not feel confident in what you know about subject research and write about it. Even if it is just for yourself, now you may be thinking that we just did a series of shows on knowing your str…
 
We have a problem right now in the United States and it is a lack of trust in experts. And in this environment, when you have political factions that play fast and loose with facts. I have been spending my time looking at issues that we are facing and how to plan for them. However, we have people that do not trust the Expert in the room. Tom Nichol…
 
When we are interviewing people we ask them what their strengths are. We ask them what skills they excel at. We never ask them about what they are bad at. In fact, the collective we, ask people to hide their weaknesses and not accept that we all have limitations. Today, let’s explore why having an understanding of your limitations are, is as powerf…
 
The Idea that we can have it all, take on all tasks, and still have the time to lead a team is a fantasy. This myth of take it all has been sold to us for way to long. We see it sold in ads, it is in job descriptions across the spectrum and it is championed by the media, and individuals that talk about productivity as humans are robots. As emergenc…
 
In the field of emergency and business continuity management, we talk about lessons learned, only to repeat the same mistakes and missteps at the people before us. Why are we so bad at learning? Together we explore what learning is, how we do it, and why we do not listen to the past. The Business Continuity Show Twitter - https://bit.ly/3ojEIO2 Fac…
 
Trains, Planes, and Automobiles, you need to be flexible when you travel. The weekend when I was trying to get home from the IAEM conference I have some airplane issues. I ended up staying at the Airport in Grand Rapids Michigan for 14 hours. So let’s chat about making the best out of the situation. The Business Continuity Show Twitter - https://bi…
 
Crisis management fundamentals can help leaders navigate the many challenges. As a leader at times, you must take a risk when making a decision. At times, leaders and teams are punished when things do not turn out positive. This practice of punishing the risk-taker kills innovation and decision-making. Today as we move out of the current pandemic c…
 
You may have heard me talk about leaning forward, and now a new term is hitting the journals Crisis Aware. What does that mean? Leaning forward can start with Big data. Using Big Data patterns to predict potential crises that can impact your organization, such as severe weather, pandemics, power outages not only is a beneficial practice within busi…
 
Recognizing areas of leadership development and prioritizing your growth may help you become a stronger leader. While self-reflection and a conscious change in behavior can address these areas, there also are productive and fun leadership-building activities that also promote better leaders. These leadership-building activities target certain areas…
 
Anything that you do well is because of the hours you put into practice. Malcolm Gladwell writes to become an expert in a field you must put in 10,000 hours of work. The same goes for leadership. Being a leader in a Crisis, is more than writing a plan and holding a drill, it is putting your time and energy into practice. We learn from our mistakes,…
 
I have talked about mental models over the years for decision-making. In this episode of BCT, we are exploring what models we can use for leadership. A great leadership style can make people appear more competent than they truly are, and a poor style can drag down a superior skill set. So how can aspiring emergency management and business continuit…
 
Your leadership Beliefs are defined by your experiences good bad or indifferent. You may have had a great coach, or teacher and you use leadership lessens learned from them. Or you had a bad boss, that micro managed you, and you said you would never be that person. We take those lessens and apply them to our work today. As crisis management leaders…
 
I can recall the exact location I was on September 11, 2001 when I learned of the first plane hitting the World Trade Center in New York City. I was listing to the radio on my way to work in the West Adams District of Los Angeles. I knew we were under attack. The next few weeks for the United States was a mix of anger, fear, and sadness. You see th…
 
What is your leadership style? What is your leadership plan? They sound like similar questions, however, they are not. If you are a leader, by title or by your actions, I bet you wing it. I bet you could not tell me how you plan to use your skills, in a way that helps your team, and your organization moves forward. Your style is not a plan, it is l…
 
Over the last year and a half, we have seen how COVID-19 has impacted our daily lives. We have had to make a shift in how we conduct business, how our supply chain has been affected and how we communicate with our employees, stakeholders, and clients. A Study published in 2012 warned it was prudent to expect climate surprises in the coming decades,…
 
Greg McKeown’s Essentialism got me thinking about how we can apply the principles of less is more to the field of Business Continuity and Emergency Management. I think that it is worth discussing. We end up doing a lot of things that is not a core service that our disiplin ought to be doing, Working in a small or even a large organization, business…
 
The C-suite by definition, are the chief officer of their organization. Doing great work, running your team and making sure the organization is ready for any crisis is what we’re all here for. But as anyone who’s worked at an agency knows, that’s a constant challenge. So keeping the C-Suite happy can be demanding. The C-Suite has high standards. Th…
 
If we as a collective learned anything in 2020, it is that we cannot assume that our year will turn out as planned. One thing that we can count on is change. In fact, we need change to do our jobs. The trick is, how do we manage change, and how to we plan for the pivot. As business continuity, emergency, and crisis managers, it is our job to plan f…
 
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