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Check Out the DRI Hiring Guide – Now Updated with International Salary Info

June 24, 2020 Leave a comment DRI Admin

During this uncertain time, one thing is still perfectly clear: the role of business continuity is more in demand than ever all around the world. DRI’s Hiring Guide is designed to help organizations to better understand what that role entails and more effectively tap into the right talent pool. We’ve updated it to include salary […]

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How Resilient is Your Organization to a Business Disaster?

June 12, 2020 Leave a comment DRI Admin

The Resilience Association’s Steve Yates has provided a new post, “How Resilient is Your Organization to a Business Disaster?” “Nowadays, sophisticated man-made and technological services are an indispensable part of our daily life. Therefore, market leading organizations using these capabilities should by now have taken the step to move from “contingency to continuity”. The next, more challenging […]

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Journal of Business Continuity & Emergency Planning: January Editorial

January 9, 2020 Leave a comment DRI Admin

Extinction Rebellion, Yellow Vests, Pro and Anti Brexiteers, Dump Trump Campaigners, Hong Kong Protests By Lyndon Bird Chief Knowledge Officer DRI International Nowadays, it seems that the response to anything you don’t like is to come out on the streets and demonstrate. Of course, Hong Kong is the odd one out in this frenzy of […]

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DRI’s Lyndon Bird Presents BCM Challenges to Disaster Response Expo

January 7, 2020 Leave a comment DRI Admin

In December 2019, London Olympia hosted the International Disaster Response Expo, one of Europe’s largest security and disaster response exhibitions and conference programs. One of the core steams was Crisis Management and Lyndon Bird, DRI Chief Knowledge Officer, helped the UK publication Crisis Response Journal showcase this vital subject. In his presentation, Lyndon used the […]

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2012 London Olympics Webinar Extra: Q&A With Steve Yates

December 15, 2019 Leave a comment DRI Admin

With so much information to get through in our recent webinar on managing mega-events like the 2012 London Olympics, we couldn’t find any time for questions! But presenter Steve Yates was happy to answer the questions you sent in for a special webinar Q&A supplement. Q: What are you doing to prepare for the eventual […]

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Managing Risks at a Mega-Event Webinar Now on the DRI Website

December 11, 2019 Leave a comment DRI Admin

“Preparing for Mega-Events: Lessons from the 2012 London Olympics,” our recent webinar on how major public event prepares for and plans against mega-sized risks, is now available on our website. This presentation by Steve Yates and Andy Tomkinson takes you through the steps that were used during the preparation, planning and execution of the London […]

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Journal of Business Continuity & Emergency Planning: December Editorial

December 9, 2019 Leave a comment DRI Admin

By Lyndon Bird Chief Knowledge Officer DRI International In the previous editorial I focused some attention on the situation facing Boeing following the two fatal crashes to their aircraft. I discussed the danger of regulators and companies becoming too close and emphasized the need for an “arms-length” relationship. Since that was written another issue involving […]

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DRI UK Partner Hosting 1st Annual Resilience Congress

August 28, 2019 Leave a comment DRI Admin

DRI UK partner the Resilience Association is holding its 1st Annual Resilience Congress at Chartered Accountants Hall, One Moorgate Place, in their Auditorium and associated break-out area for refreshments and food, and for your information the tickets for this event are limited. Among the featured speakers for the event are Kelsey Rose, DRI Director of […]

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Now It’s Getting Serious: Brexit Threatens the Pizza Supply Chain

August 9, 2019 Leave a comment DRI Admin

If a no-deal Brexit leads to chaos for the UK/European Union supply chain, at least one company is prepared to ride out the confusion: Domino’s Pizza. In a recent earnings statement, the UK branch of the fast food company recognized the “increased risk of disruption to raw material supplies,” about a third of which come […]

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Survey: Brexit Beats Natural Disasters and Cyberattacks for Supply Chain Disruption

July 26, 2019 Leave a comment DRI Admin

Uncertainty over Brexit has gone on so long it has practically become part of the landscape for European BCM professionals. But a recent survey of UK business decision makers reveals that this ongoing uncertainty has had a troubling impact on the supply chain – worse than any natural disaster or cyberattack. The June 2019 report, […]

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