Selected content normally reserved for paid subscribers now available on range of topics from business continuity to technology risk
MENLO PARK, CA - April 6, 2020 — To help companies and other organisations facing operational disruption, working remotely and other challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic, global consulting firm Protiviti is now offering specially curated content from its KnowledgeLeader subscription website for free* to the business community. KnowledgeLeader hosts a variety of content on enterprise resilience topics including business continuity management, disaster recovery, cash flow management, supply chain risk, anti-fraud and change management, among others. Additional KnowledgeLeader content will be released free-of-charge every Monday through May 31, 2020.
KnowledgeLeader content includes policies, charters, guides, methodologies, templates and checklists as well as publications and articles, all providing leading practises for what is a normally dynamic business environment and is now one that is changing day to day.
“We know this is a very challenging time for everyone and we want to help organisations manage through it as effectively as possible,” said Cory Gunderson, executive vice president, global solutions, Protiviti. “This small gesture of making the proven tools, policies and other useful materials available through KnowledgeLeader will help risk management, compliance, audit and operations professionals save time, expand their knowledge base and add value to their functions. We hope by making this content freely available to everyone now, we can enable them in making their operations more resilient and better able to face the future with more confidence.”
Resources Available Now
The first group of KnowledgeLeader complimentary content is available now and focuses on business continuity and crisis management, including:
This tool highlights seven phases of the business continuity management methodology, describing its benefits and the Protiviti approach.
This sample policy outlines procedures to identify a company’s most critical business processes and support functions and develop realistic recovery time objectives for each process.
This sample policy provides an overview of procedures organisations should take during the crisis management and emergency operations process.
This charter establishes an EEC and outlines its objective, authority, reporting, and pre-event and post-event responsibilities.
This tool provides questions to consider for IT disaster recovery plan assessment. The focus areas include project initiation and management, risk assessment, and business impact analysis.
*To access the complimentary content, go to KnowledgeLeader (www.knowledgeleader.com) and sign up for a 60-day free trial using promo code RESILIENCE2020 (please see **Terms and Restrictions below). Trials include items added to the site in the past 18 months plus special enterprise resilience content. This offer does not include access to CPE courses, RCMs, methodologies and models associated with topics other than enterprise resilience.
Enterprise Resilience Webinar Series
To further support the business community as it faces unprecedented challenges presented by COVID-19 and social distancing, Protiviti is also separately offering a series of complimentary webinars on critical topics related to enterprise resilience. The live and on-demand series is addressing subjects such as: emergency management; telehealth; operational disruptions due to COVID-19 and more. New webinars are being added to the series regularly. Click here to register for any or all of the webinars.