Share on facebook Share on linkedin Share on twitter Share on email 2021 is approaching rapidly, though 2020 seems to be lasting an eternity. Most organizations are planning for whatever new normal will emerge in the coming months and thinking about longer-term trends that will impact our people, markets, operations, and economy for decades. Many[…]
Share on facebook Share on linkedin Share on twitter Share on email 1. Gain time for prevention and mitigation Seconds and minutes can count in emergency situations. Active monitoring and a consolidated situational capability can give you a jump start on saving lives, property, and reputation. Prevention is always more cost-effective than recovery. And those[…]
If you don’t have an umbrella, why check the weather? Enterprise Risk Management doesn’t have to be complicated. Here are 3 keys to success.
As the global pandemic caused by COVID-19 (coronavirus) becomes more controllable, we face a unique problem. How to start the discretionary economy back up? Do these 5 things to improve your recovery.
Share on facebook Share on linkedin Share on twitter Share on email Remember when your new phone had a unique charger that wouldn’t work with other phones, and leaving it behind caused a major nightmare? Sanity prevailed, and except for Apple, the whole world now uses USB to plug virtually everything in. Our WWW and[…]
Restarting the world economy is going to be difficult. Read on to learn why timely information sharing can help your recovery now.
Share on facebook Share on linkedin Share on twitter Share on email The world is in free fall and people are confused. The Covid-19 pandemic has caused many to speculate when the infection will peak. And when the world can begin to recover from this major event. Early predictions of a pandemic were ignored, but things will[…]
Share on facebook Share on linkedin Share on twitter Share on email You’ve undoubtedly read about or experienced the Delta outage this week; you might be sitting in an airport reading this right now! Corporations are not putting the kind of thought, effort and money into backup systems to help when these kind of events[…]
Share This Post Share on facebook Share on linkedin Share on twitter Share on email The floods in Louisiana have been devastating for the last week, with at least 11 people killed. Great story about volunteers with boats stepping up to save people, pets and property. http://www.cnn.com/2016/08/16/us/louisiana-flooding/index.html While this kind of same day miracle is[…]
Share on facebook Share on linkedin Share on twitter Share on email Here we are again, another disaster an another overloaded 911 system in Houston. The people doing this work are true heroes, but the technology is letting them down. Corporations know how to distribute traffic among multiple call centers based on traffic and demand,[…]
Share on facebook Share on linkedin Share on twitter Share on email The threats have been building; Houston is barely in recovery/cleanup mode, IRMA is threatening the Florida and the East Coast, the West is on fire, and Kim Jung Un is threatening. All the long term threats remain; earthquake, pandemic, cyber and many others.[…]
Share on facebook Share on linkedin Share on twitter Share on email Thomas Friedman’s new book “Thank you for being Late” does a great job of explaining that humans live in a linear world, but our technology is developing exponentially. One effort that can solve some of the issues here is using data standards (open[…]