September is National Preparedness Month! Some might argue there has never been a more important time for organisations to prepare for future unexpected events. The past few months have tested existing company crisis management and continuity plans. As we move into the latter part of the year, BCM teams and leaders need to look ahead; to prepare for all types of events that may impact their organisation in this new working and economic environment.
Join us for a Q&A session about moving forward with business continuity and resiliency programmes. Our panel of BCM and Resilience experts will share insights and lessons learned regarding the impact of the pandemic on business continuity planning, key areas that need additional focus today, and how to govern your business continuity and resilience programme during these fluid times.
Following this webinar, you will be able to:
- Discuss the impact multi-faceted crisis and continuous fluctuations have on today’s business continuity and resilience planning and maintenance processes
- Identify areas of your business continuity and resilience programme that need additional focus due to the changing work environment
- Adapt business continuity and resilience governance to react to rapidly changing conditions
Eligible live attendees must answer 4 of the 5 poll questions for CPE credit. CPE will be emailed to qualifying attendees 2-4 weeks after the live event. CPE Credit: 1.0 credit. Field of Study: Production. Programme Level: Basic. Delivery Method: Group Internet Based. Prerequisites/Advance Preparation: None. Elements of Engagement: Polling Questions
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Dugan is an Associate Director in Protiviti’s Technology Consulting practice with a focus on operational risk: specifically, business continuity. He has over 13 years of experience and expertise in all facets of business continuity, including enterprise emergency readiness, business unit recovery, crisis management, crisis communications, IT disaster recovery and incident response. Dugan has developed and directed all aspects of national business continuity programmes and helped organisations through multiple real-life crisis events.
Matt is a Managing Director in Protiviti’s Technology Consulting practice and is a leader in the Business Continuity Management solution area. He is a Certified Business Continuity Professional (CBCP) and has extensive experience helping clients solve challenging issues related to crisis management, business resumption, and IT disaster recovery.
Damon is a Director in Protiviti's Technology Strategy & Operations Practice. He has over 25 years of experience in providing strategic technology, operations and risk services focusing upon Business Continuity, Crisis Management & Disaster Recovery Planning, IT Strategy & Transformation, IT Service Management & Governance and Programme Management.
Chris is a Managing Director within Protiviti’s Business Performance Improvement Practice and one of the global leaders of the Supply Chain Solution within the firm. Chris has over twenty years of experience in supply chain, both within industry and serving clients as a consultant.He is a published thought leader and has been recognised by Supply and Demand Chain Executive Magazine as a Pro to Know.
Jason is a Managing Director within Protiviti’s Technology Consulting practice and also leads the local Technology practice in Phoenix. His focus areas are Business Continuity and Resiliency, IT Governance, Security & Privacy, Intelligent Automation, Portfolio and Project Management, IT Operations Improvement, and IT Audit. Jason’s background in Design Thinking enables him to help clients solve complex problems with unique and innovative human-centric solutions. Prior to starting with Protiviti, Jason was a communications officer in the Air Force where he managed IT projects for Space Command and led the IT Continuity Planning for base operations.