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The Future Vision Committee’s 2019 Predictions Webinar Now Available Online

February 11, 2019 Leave a comment DRI Admin

Did you miss our most recent webinar, “Trends and Predictions from DRI’s Future Vision Committee: How to Prepare for 2019”? If you did — or if you want to share it with a colleague — it’s now available on our website. Join Future Vision Committee members Lyndon Bird, Richard Knowlton, and Patrick Alcantara, along with DRI […]

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Valentine’s Day Supply Chain In Peril as Candy Conversation Hearts Nowhere to be Found

February 8, 2019 Leave a comment DRI Admin

It’s a supply crisis that could only happen for Valentine’s Day – could the holiday even survive without those candy conversation hearts? Those ubiquitous candy hearts – the ones with time-tested romantic lines like “Be Mine” and “Luv U” – were produced by Necco (AKA the New England Candy Company), which closed its factory doors […]

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Ask Betsy! Women in BCM Webinar’s Betsy Sayers on Keeping the Momentum Going

February 7, 2019 Leave a comment DRI Admin

During our recent Women in BCM – Ask Betsy webinar, we encouraged you to send in your burning questions for our presenter, BCM veteran Betsy Sayers, MBCP, and you delivered! We’re pleased to present the next installment in a continuing Q&A series.  Q: What do you recommend for keeping the momentum going in building your BC […]

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Brexit Roundup: Prepping for a ‘No-Deal’ Supply Chain and Manufacturing Disruption

January 25, 2019 Leave a comment DRI Admin

With a Brexit agreement still seemingly unattainable, businesses are preparing for a future of uncertainty for manufacturing, supply chains, and the ultimate impact on consumers. Due to the lack of an agreed-upon plan for Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union A “no-deal” Brexit agreement is looming for the end of March, many businesses have found […]

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Malware Attack Takes Remote Community Back in Time

January 23, 2019 Leave a comment DRI Admin

The lesson here could be “You’re never too small or too remote to be hit with a cyber attack.” As a result, this small Alaskan village found out just how cyber-reliant it really was. In July 2018, the Alaskan borough of Matanuska-Susitna – a rural area that’s home to some 100,000 people – was hit […]

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2018 Closed with a Volcano Eruption Creating a Deadly Tsunami

January 22, 2019 Leave a comment DRI Admin

Disaster struck Indonesia late in 2018, causing 437 deaths and massive destruction, while Australia saw its costliest event in years, according to the latest Global Catastrophe Recap. On Dec. 22, the volcano Anak Krakatau erupted, resulting in a destructive tsunami that hit the Sunda Strait coast. 437 were killed, making this the fourth-deadliest event of […]

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DRI’s Global Risk and Resilience Trends Report: What’s Your Role in the Organization?

January 17, 2019 Leave a comment DRI Admin

The DRI International Global Risk and Resilience Trends Report provides a global perspective and comprehensive trends analysis of how resilience professionals view their industry and the external factors that are shaping it. One important question: who is considered a resilience professional – and who do they report to? In this year’s report, the DRI Future […]

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2019 Predictions Webinar – Register Now for Feb. 7!

January 16, 2019 Leave a comment DRI Admin

Join DRI for its first webinar of the year, “Trends and Predictions from DRI’s Future Vision Committee: How to Prepare for 2019” on Feb. 7, 2019 at 2:00 PM ET! Future Vision Committee members Lyndon Bird, Richard Knowlton, and Patrick Alcantara, along with DRI President Chloe Demrovsky, will discuss highlights from the Fourth Annual Global […]

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DRI’s Global Risk and Resilience Trends Report: Does Management Understand Resilience?

January 16, 2019 Leave a comment DRI Admin

The DRI International Global Risk and Resilience Trends Report provides a global perspective and comprehensive trends analysis of how resilience professionals view their industry and the external factors that are shaping it. A big question for those professionals – does the organization really understand resilience? The issue of poor crisis management experience is a major […]

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Ask Betsy! Webinar Star Betsy Sayers Answers Your Burning BCM Questions – Work-Life Balance and Moving from ‘Motivated’ to ‘Ready, Willing, and Able’

January 15, 2019 Leave a comment DRI Admin

During our recent Women in BCM – Ask Betsy webinar, we encouraged you to send in your burning questions for our presenter, BCM veteran Betsy Sayers, MBCP, and you delivered! We’re pleased to present another installment in a multi-part Q&A series.  Q: How do you manage manager expectations of your balance between work and personal […]

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