Free Business Continuity Plan template (BCP)

A free business continuity plan template, free to download and adapt to your needs without asking you to sign up for anything. Advice on developing your Business Continuity Plan so it meets your organisational and business needs. Links to further information and guidance on preparing for emergencies and disruption

What is Organisational Resilience?

What is Organisational Resilience? How does Organisational Resilience create organisations that are more resilient and better able to withstand disruption?

Business Continuity and Organisational Resilience as distinct and complementary functions. Preparing organisations and businesses to prepare for, withstand and recover from major disruptive events that impact on service/product delivery.

Black Lives Matter and why ‘All Lives Matter’ creates more harm

What is Black Lives Matter? What is All Lives Matter? and why does it create harm to equality? Why is BLM as a movement so important and relevant to our society? Black Lives Matter goes beyond murder of innocent black people from the community, but to the social injustice created by the systemic racism and social discrimination faced by black communities throughout the western world. This isn’t a matter of opinion, it exists and it’s everyone’s responsibility to reject racism in all it’s forms and do something about it. A story that illustrates the the importance of Black Lives Matter and the society that people of colour are subjected to. #BLM #BlackLivesMatter #AllLivesMatter

Preparing your business for emergencies and disruption (including Coronavirus)

How do you prepare your business for disruptive events and emergencies? How to prepare you business for coronavirus, Covid19 and other emergencies. Improving your business resilience shouldn’t be complicated.
Business Continuity is full of clever jargon and three letter acronyms that mean well, but can make continuity and resilience planning inaccessible and confusing. Organisational Resilience should be straight forward and common sense.