Volume 10 (2016-17)

Each volume of Journal of Business Continuity & Emergency Planning consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles and case studies published so far in the current volume, Volume 10, are:

Volume 10 Number 4 (Summer 2017)

  • Editorial
    Lyndon Bird, Editor and Chair, DRI International Future Vision Committee
  • Using agility to combat cyber attacks
    Kerry Anderson, Senior Information Security Officer, Vice President, State Street Global Advisors
  • Evacuation decision-making : Building a model to account for risk-taking preference
    Celeste Fournier, Emergency Management Coordinator, Lee County Emergency Management,and Gerald Campbell, Emergency Manager, Florida Gulf Coast University
  • Gaining efficiency by centralising the corporate business resiliency process
    Robert Martinez, Manager of Risk Control and Business Resiliency, CenterPoint Energy
  • Prepare to protect: Operating and maintaining a tornado safe room
    Andrew Herseth, Jennifer Goldsmith-Grinspoon, Physical Scientists, Building Science Branch, Risk Management Directorate, FEMA, and Pataya Scott, AECOM
  • Operational risk assessment
    Vicky L. McKim, Manager, Enterprise Business Continuity, Aureon
  • Health crisis due to infectious and communicable diseases : European preparedness and response tools in an international context
    Patrick Mahy, Head of Customer Relationship Unit, Philippe Herman, Director, Expertise, Service Provision and Customer Relations, Miriam Sneyers, General Director, Scientific Institute of Public Health, Jean-Luc Gala, Professor of Molecular Genetics, Université Catholique de Louvain, Jean-Marc Collard, Crisis Manager, Center for Applied Molecular Technologies, Dirk De Groof, International Relations, Operational Direction Public Health and Surveillance, and Sophie Quoilin, Head of the Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases Unit, Institut Pasteur de Madagascar
  • Personality traits and thinking dispositions: Individual differences call for ‘smart’ messaging
    Lorilee A. Medders, Director, Florida Catastrophic Storm Risk Management Center, and Research Faculty III, Risk Management & Insurance, and Sarah K. Baisley, Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Psychology, Cognitive Affective Neuroscience Laboratory, Florida State University
  • Enhancing resiliency for elderly populations : Shelter-in-place planning and training at facilities serving elderly populations through the Rhode Island Senior Resiliency Project
    Richard Smith, Senior Associate, Michael Mozzer, Coordinator of the Project Management Office, Joseph Albanese, Radiation Biodosimetrist, James Paturas Director, Yale New Haven Health System, and Julia Gold, Climate Change Program Manager, Rhode Island Department of Health

Volume 10 Number 3 (Spring 2017)

  • Editorial
    Lyndon Bird, Editor and Chair, DRI International Future Vision Committee
  • Will your plans survive a crisis? Principles for ensuring an effective recovery
    Brendan Jones, Australian Taxation Office
  • Involving law enforcement and emergency management officials in exercises
    Scott Shaw, Aflac USA
  • Planning for the Leicester City Football Club victory parade
    Martin Halse, Leicester City Council
  • Relying on the National Mobile Disaster Hospital as a business continuity strategy in the aftermath of a tornado: The Louisville experience
    Randy D. Kearns, Tillman School of Business, Lew Stringer, National Mobile Disaster Hospital, James Craig, Mississippi Dept of Public Health, Regina Godette-Crawford, Paul S. Black, Winston Medical Center, David L. Andra, National Weather Service and James Winslow, Wake Forest University Health Sciences
  • Disability integration throughout the disaster cycle of prepare, respond and recover
    Mary Casey-Lockyer, American Red Cross and Shari Myers, Portlight Strategies
  • Considering employee needs during a catastrophe requires innovative recovery plans: Why traditional workplace recovery solutions are outdated
    Joe Sullivan, Regus
  • Blurred lines: Emergency preparedness, resilience and response within local authorities compared with organisations within the wider health economy
    Laura Drew
  • Acts of terrorism and mass violence targeting schools: Analysis and implications for preparedness in the USA
    Jeff Schlegelmilch, Elisaveta Petkova, Stephanie Martinez and Irwin Redlener, National Center for Disaster Preparedness


Volume 10 Number 2 (Winter 2016-17)

  • Successful public–private partnerships: The NYPD shield model
    Vincent Amadeo, Lieutenant and Stephen Iannone, Detective Sergeant, NYPD Counterterrorism Division
  • You say you want an evolution (of your risk management programme)
    Kerry Anderson, Senior Information Security Officer - Vice President, State Street
  • A model to improve preparedness and strategically enhance resiliency at a community level: The Garden State approach
    Rodric Bowman, Senior Director, Emergency Management Operations, NY Health + Hospitals and Alexander Newman, Principal Planer, New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness
  • Building emergency public information structures for response: Lessons learned from New York City
    Nancy Silvestri, Press Secretary, New York City Emergency Management Department
  • You plan, you test and then it happens: Lessons learned from the Schneider warehouse tornado recovery
    William T. Marotz, Global Disaster Recovery/Business Continuity Coordinator, Schneider
  • Healthcare logistics in disaster planning and emergency management: A perspective
    Jerry D. VanVactor, Health Care Administrator - Logistics, US Army Medical Service Corps
  • Ebola 2014: Setting up a port health screening programme at an international train station
    Vivien Cleary, Consultant in Health Protection, Edward Wynne Evans, Consultant in Communicable Disease Control, James Freed, former Head of Information Strategy, Katie Fleet, Nurse Consultant, Simone Thorn, Nurse Consultant, Public Health England and Deborah Turbitt, Deputy Regional Director, Health Protection London and Port Medical Officer and Ebola Incident Director for London
  • Overcoming psychological barriers to plan invocation
    Alan Elwood, Director, Risk and Resilience


Volume 10 Number 1 (Autumn/Fall 2016)

  • Improving organisational resilience through enterprise security risk management 
    John Petruzzi, VP, Enterprise Security Operations and Rachelle Loyear, Director of Enterprise Business Continuity Management, Time Warner Cable
  • Resiliency scoring for business continuity plans
    Anna Olson, Senior Corporate Security Consultant and Jamie Anderson, Lead Corporate Security Consultant, Target
  • Physical security and IT convergence: Managing the cyber related risks
    Tim McCreight, Director, Advisory Services, Above Security and Doug Leece, Senior Security Consultant, Secured Net
  • From protective intelligence to threat assessment: Strategies critical to preventing targeted violence and the active shooter
    Matthew Doherty, SVP, Hillard Heintze
  • Auditing emergency management programmes: Measuring leading indicators of programme performance
    Heather C. Tomsic, Standards, Training & Communications Coordinator, Safety, Security & Emergency Management Division, Metro Vancouver
  • Designing and implementing an interdependent resilience culture
    Patrick Knapp, Enterprise Business Resilience Manager, Baker Hughes
  • Lessons from disaster: Creating a business continuity plan that really works
    Tracy Hatton, Senior Research Fellow, Eleanor Grimshaw, John Vargo, Co-Leader and Erica Seville, Co-Leader, Resilient Organisations
  • On business continuity case studies
    David Lindstedt, Founder, Readiness Analytics and Timothy Lombardo, Instructional Designer and Lecturer, The Ohio State University