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Adaptive capacity and crisis threshold

Adaptive capacity and crisis threshold

Blog posts   •   Oct 01, 2015 12:56 BST

At the BCI World Conference I will be presenting on the links between an organisation’s ‘crisis threshold’ and its adaptive capacity in responding to the disruptive event. It is from these events that an organisation learns how to manage the turbulence in its environment, so that in the long term it’s resilience to such turbulence / events becomes stronger.

Organizational resilience: Creating more value for BC practice

Organizational resilience: Creating more value for BC practice

Blog posts   •   Dec 02, 2014 16:47 GMT

Resilience is fast becoming an industry buzzword which reveals underlying changes in the way practitioners view business continuity and other ‘protective disciplines’. From the development of clear boundaries which separate disciplines in the last decade or so, work is now underway to bring these fields together into a framework of organizational resilience.

Improving organisational resilience – the real justification for business continuity

Improving organisational resilience – the real justification for business continuity

Blog posts   •   Sep 10, 2014 10:43 BST

Although the term resiliency is widely used in setting corporate goals, it is rarely defined in a way in which it can be meaningfully assessed. Traditionally business continuity has provided a proven means of reducing the severity of disruptions by understanding the priorities of the business, the infrastructure that supports them and the acceptable timescales for response and recovery.

The development of organisational resilience

The development of organisational resilience

Blog posts   •   Sep 04, 2014 08:23 BST

With the search for the comprehension and understanding of the meaning of organisational resilience gathering pace with each passing month, the Business Continuity Institute is now well embedded, perhaps even pivotal, in this latest quest to push forward the boundaries of the thinking and theories that relate to protecting and maintaining the value of organisations.

BC Predictions for 2013 - Number 4: Contingency Planning will become fashionable again.

BC Predictions for 2013 - Number 4: Contingency Planning will become fashionable again.

Blog posts   •   Jan 23, 2013 13:05 GMT

There has been some puzzled faces questioning our BC prediction number 4 – “Contingency Planning will become fashionable again as a part of a broader understanding of Business Continuity which includes Continuity Capability and Crisis Response”.