Forthcoming content

A selection of the peer-reviewed articles and real world case studies scheduled for Volume 14 of Journal of Business Continuity & Emergency Planning includes:

  • Pandemic planning: Historical and practical perspectives
    Cynthia L. Simeone, Business Resilience Officer, Excellus BlueCross BlueShield, USA
  • COVID-19: The response of internal audit, lessons learnt and next steps
    Ian Beale, Vice President, Advisory, Gartner
  • How the Alpha Bank Group managed to stay resilient against COVID-19
    Stelios Aronis, Deputy Manager, Organization Division, Alpha Bank
  • Academic continuity and new challenges presented by COVID-19
    Cheryl Regehr, Vice-President and Provost and Susan McCahan, Vice-Provost, Academic Programs and Vice-Provost, Innovations in Undergraduate Education, University of Toronto
  • COVID-19 modelling for employee absenteeism at a major electrical utility and its integration into broader decision support processes for return to work policies
    Jeff Schlegelmilch, Deputy Director, National Center for Disaster Preparedness, The Earth Institute, Columbia University
  • Case study: How a health system utilised H1N1 and Ebola planning/response processes and modified the incident command structure to meet immediate/urgent/emergency process changes
    Julie Bulson, Director, Business Assurance, Spectrum Health
  • Learning the lessons: Conducting a natural disaster inquiry in the midst of pandemic
    Tony Pearce, Inspector-General for Emergency Management
  • How Belfius Bank measures operational resilience and built a deployment tool to assess KPIs in any scenario, including daily assessment during the COVID-19 pandemic
    Ludo Jappens, Consultant, Business Continuity & Crisis Management, Belfius Bank
  • Communicating emergency plans and processes to front-line emergency workers during the COVID-19 Pandemic
    Katherine Severson, Planning Chief, COVID-19 Incident Management Team and Supervisor, Emergency Management Unit and Emma Poole, Public Information Officer, COVID-19 Incident Management Team, and Manager of Strategic Communications, Calgary Police Service
  • Tracking COVID-19 in New York
    Angeli Medina, Nurse Educator and DEMPS Member, New York Harbor Healthcare System (NYHHS) Veterans Affairs and Co-Chair, Philippine Hospital Association Disaster Preparedness and Response Committee
  • Impacts of a health emergency pandemic from an IT services perspective: Shifting and transforming the way staff work and deliver healthcare in British Columbia
    Susanne MacKinnon, Manager, Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery - IMITS at Provincial Health Services Authority
  • Case study on how Carnegie Mellon University is managing emergency operations to address COVID-19
    Melanie Lucht, Associate Vice President and Chief Risk Officer, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Emergency response in the COVID-19 Environment: Impacts, implications and lessons learned for a new normal
    Rodric Bowman, Regional Disaster Officer, New Jersey, American Red Cross
  • Expanding leadership challenges and responsibilities in business continuity during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond
    Christopher Biddle, Founder, TDS Reaction Training Concepts
  • The digital response to COVID-19: A study on the key issues and challenges faced with digital innovation for virus control, monitoring and social behaviour management
    Jennie Phillips, Digital Ethics and Global Health Fellow, Dahdaleh Institute for Global Health Research
  • As the field of emergency management evolves, is it time to enhance its training methods?
    Christina Crue, Senior Manager, Deloitte Consulting and Kathy L. Francis, Executive Director, Mid-Atlantic Center for Emergency Management and Public Safety, Frederick Community College
  • What University Of Alaska Anchorage learned from a M7.1 earthquake
    Ron Swartz, Emergency Manager, University of Alaska Anchorage
  • Utilising social media within incident response programmes
    Kerry Anderson, cyber-security and risk management professional
  • A whole city approach to mass casualty planning
    Tabitha Beaton, Planner, Calgary Emergency Management Agency and Katherine Severson, Lead, Emergency Management Team, Calgary Police Service
  • Using unmanned aircraft systems for live event monitoring: The establishment of a programme and benefits of aerial observation
    Sam Bogan, Emergency Communications Coordinator, University of Colorado Boulder Police Department
  • Time to value: a comparison of estimated value realization between standard and adaptive business continuity approaches
    David Lindstedt, Founder, Adaptive BC Solutions
  • Organisational resilience: Shifting from planning driven business continuity management to anticipated improvisation
    Jelle Groenendaal, Lecturer in Risk Management & Cybersecurity, The Hague University of Applied Sciences and Ira Helsloot, Professor, Governance of Safety and Security at the Radboud University Nijmegen
  • The possibilities of using artificial intelligence in crisis communications
    Deborah Grigsby Smith, Master Public Information Officer, Media and Communications Manager, Arapahoe County Public Airport Authority
  • How resilient is Nepal? An exploratory approach to measuring disaster resilience at country level
    Shesh Kanta Kafle, Executive Director, Disaster and Climate Change Study Centre Nepal
  • Family assistance operations following a mass casualty incident: Key considerations for your planning
    Cyndi Lake, Emergency Operations Coordinator, National Transportation Safety Board
  • Simplifying our business continuity programme to meet the needs of our various diverse businesses and allow us to focus on the value-added aspects only
    Joan Landry, Business Continuity Principal Consultant, Abbott
  • The impact that Terrorist Semi-States have upon commercial entities conducting business locally or at a distance
    Donald Meyerhoff, Professor, American Military University
  • Organisational resilience in action: A four-month denial of access to the workplace
    Linda-Jane Richan, Corporate Support Officer, Parliamentary Counsel Office, New Zealand
  • Case study on Red River Basin’s approach to seasonal flood preparedness
    Gregory Gust, Warning Coordination Meteorologist, NOAA - U. S. National Weather Service
  • Managing through a complex disaster insurance claim submission and financial recovery
    Frank Russo, Founder and Principal, Procor Solutions + Consulting