Forthcoming content

Forthcoming content for Volume 16 will be available soon. Just a selection of the peer-reviewed articles and real world case studies published in Volume 15 of Journal of Business Continuity & Emergency Planning includes:

  • Simplifying business continuity programmes to meet the needs of diverse businesses and allow BCPs to focus on the value-added aspects
    Joan Landry, Business Continuity Principal Consultant, Abbott
  • How does COVID and the new normal impact validation of our resilience tools and processes?
    Gary Vogel, Senior Manager, Resilience Services, RiskLogic
  • From resilience to antifragility: Readiness for the next crisis
    Nicole McDargh, VP, Safety and Loss Prevention, Domino's
  • Achieving business resiliency to natural disasters through the lens of risk management and insurance
    Frank Russo, Founder, Procor Solutions + Consulting
  • Practical implementation guidelines for first-time resilience programme automation
    Marzia Haenen, Business Resilience Tooling Lead, Direct Line Group
  • Cyber incident response and disaster recovery plans fall short when ransomware happens
    John Beattie, Principal Consultant and Michael Shandrowski, Principal Consultant, Sungard Availability Services 
  • Learning the lessons: Conducting a natural disaster inquiry in the midst of pandemic
    Tony Pearce, Inspector-General for Emergency Management
  • Incident command system: Situation unit leader and county public health liaison roles in the federal medical station, Santa Clara, in the COVID-19 response
    David Matear, Healthcare Executive Advisor, Stanislaus County Health Services Agency
  • Resilience through exercising: The Finnish cyber exercising ecosystem 
    Antii Nyqvist, Chief of Preparedness, General secretary, Digipool and Tero Oittinen, Senior Adviser, Cyber resilience, Training and Exercises, National Emergency Supply Organization
  • Key lessons from Hurricane Dorian: Brew a flexible top down storm response
    Emad Aziz, Manager of Business Continuity, Province of Nova Scotia
  • Anticipatory foresight and adaptive decision making as a crucial characteristic for business continuity, crisis and emergency leadership
    Robert C. Chandler, Director of Graduate and Professional Programs in Communication, Lipscomb University
  • Benefits of lessons learned: The COVID-19 experience in the Canadian province of Alberta
    Eric A. Bone, Director, Zone Operations and Jeffrey Tochkin, Emergency Management Officer, Office of Emergency / Disaster Management, Population Public and Indigenous Health, Alberta Health Services
  • Organisational resilience in action: A four-month denial of access to the workplace
    Linda-Jane Richan, Corporate Support Officer, Parliamentary Counsel Office
  • A collection of BCM lessons learned based on COVID-19
    Monica Goldstein, VP, Product Marketing, Agility Recovery
  • The soft skills required to lead a business continuity and resilience programme
    Catherine Dolle-Samuel, Business Continuity & Resilience Specialist, Division of Planning & Assurance, UNSW Sydney
  • Decoding the decision process in the organizational placement of risk-based disciplines
    Ron Andrews, Business Continuity Management, Corporate Services, Manitoba Infrastructure
  • When out of office becomes the new normal: How increasing mobility in the workforce is changing resilience
    Magnus Hultman, CEO, Safeture
  • Data-informed emergency and continuity program management
    Magda Sulzycki, Supervisor, Grid Emergency Management, Toronto Hydro
  • Why growing soft skill competency can drive success for emergency management professionals
    Michael Gladstone, Director, Emergency Management & Planning, WeWork
  • Acceptance of adaptive BCM in banking: Some field results
    Rolf von Rossing, Partner and CEO, FORFA Consulting and Erik Marangoni, Head of Security Austria & CEE, Sberbank Europe
  • Practical insights for regional multi-sectoral exercise planning: The Greater Toronto experience
    Claudia Cocco, Co-Lead, Ontario Health - Toronto Region, Hospital Emergency Preparedness Program and Manager of the Emergency Preparedness Department and Moira Hennebury, Emergency Preparedness Specialist, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
  • Resiliency re-imagined: Amalgamating methods from fields of expertise outside the business continuity management sphere into one holistic operational resiliency programme
    Martin Gierczak, Founder, Genesis Resiliency
  • The Francis Crick Institute’s response to the pandemic within the context of its vaccination centre and COVID-19 testing pipeline
    Leo Kelly, Risk and Resilience Manager, Francis Crick Institute, et al.
  • Enabling the decision-making process: An application from Afghanistan to the civilian sector for crisis and incident management
    Major Michael Quam, Senior Manager of Threat Intelligence and Crisis Management, Micron Technology
  • How can knowledge management strengthen risk and business continuity management and make an organisation truly resilient?
    Vanessa Thurwell, Senior Risk Consultant, Mondial Consultants
  • What makes for effective business continuity implementations?
    Godwin Chionna, Consulting Associate, Panta Ray
  • Tackling the COVID-19 vaccine infodemic: Is your organisation prepared?
    Charline Gelin, Director Security Solutions and Rodrigo Rodriguez-Fernandez, Medical Director, International SOS
  • Business resilience best practices that don’t work: Cautions and guidance
    Cliff Thomas, Director of Enterprise Risk Management, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Colorado State University
  • Building adaptative business continuity plans: Practical tips on how to inject adaptiveness into continuity planning processes
    Tracy Hatton, Joint Managing Director and Charlotte Brown, Joint Managing Director, Resilient Organisations
  • A dynamic risk-based approach to managing a pandemic
    Marc Siegel, President and CEO, M Siegel Associates
  • The impact of business continuity management on supply chain resilience constituents: A quantitative analysis
    Gianluca Riglietti, Head of Research & Intelligence, Panta Ray, et al.
  • The shortcomings of hazard risk analysis methodology
    Steven Haynes, Director of Risk Management and Insurance Program, Assistant Professor of Practice, Naveen Jindal School of Management, University of Texas at Dallas