Volume 12 (2018-19)

Each volume of Journal of Business Continuity & Emergency Planning consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles and case studies confirmed for publication in Volume 12 are:

Volume 12 Number 3 (Spring 2019)

  • Editorial
    Lyndon Bird, Editor
  • Why and how to employ the SIPOC model
    Charlie Brown, Director of Enterprise Risk Management, Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc.
  • Caring for vulnerable medical populations: Lessons learned from Hurricane Harvey (and every other hurricane before it)
    Dee Grimm, Director of Business and Program Development, BCFS Health and Human Services
  • Breaking down silos between business continuity and cyber security
    Rick Phillips, Stickley on Security, Brandon Tanner, Rentsys Recovery Services and Emily Ferguson
  • The Bourke Street tragedy: Managing recovery
    Sara Coward, Manager, Emergency Management West Division Department of Health and Human Services Victorian Government and Dean Griggs, Municipal Recovery Manager, City of Melbourne
  • Emergency communication systems effectiveness in an airport environment
    Panos Samaras, Fire Safety Officer, Athens International Airport and Michael J. Ferreira, Vice President, Jensen Hughes
  • Nine steps to improved critical event management
    Imad Mouline, Chief Technology Officer, Everbridge
  • Case study: Managing a meningococcal B outbreak at a university
    Justin Cuckow, Senior Risk and Business Continuity Manager, University of Surrey and Laura Smythson, Deputy Director of Wellbeing & Lead Nurse, University of Surrey’s Health Centre
  • Connecting the disaster dots: The benefits of enhanced collaboration between business continuity and risk management
    Frank Russo, Founder, Procor Solutions + Consulting

Volume 12 Number 2 (Winter 2018)

  • Editorial
    Lyndon Bird, Editor
  • Five steps to organisational resilience: Being adaptive and flexible during both normal operations and times of disruption
    Chris Butler, Principal Consultant, Sungard Availability Services
  • Moving your business continuity management programme forward with recoverability measurement
    Michael Harding, BCM Project Leader III, Automotive Resources International
  • Active threat response: Building a resilient community
    Jason J. Kepp, Acting Director of the Specialized and Advanced Training Division, Federal Protective Service, US Department of Homeland Security
  • Continuity of operations plans: Simple or detailed?
    Linda S. Hanwacker, Founder, President, The LSH Group
  • The quantum physics of emergency management
    Lori Hodges, Director of Emergency Management, Larimer County
  • Achieving an actionable corporate workplace violence prevention programme
    Cynthia Simeone, Corporate Director Business Resilience Officer, Excellus BlueCross BlueShield and Steve Crimando, Principal, Behavioral Science Applications
  • Organisational resilience at the University of Northampton: Developing immunity to a full spectrum of threats
    Mils Hills, Associate Professor of Risk and Resilience, and Nick Allen, University Administrator, University of Northampton
  • Little details that make a difference: A value-based approach to disaster management
    Ihab Hanna Sawalha, Associate Professor of Risk Management, Jamal M. Shamieh, Assistant Professor of Risk Management; Head of the Risk Management Department, American University of Madaba in Jordan and Julia Meaton, Reader in Sustainability, Huddersfield Business School, University of Huddersfield

Volume 12 Number 1 (Autumn/Fall 2018)

  • Editorial
    Lyndon Bird, Editor
  • The use of metrics to manage enterprise security risks: Understanding, evaluation and persuasion
    Peter E. Ohlhausen, President, Ohlhausen Research, Inc. and Daniel McGarvey, Senior Principal Business Process Analyst, Alion Science and Technology
  • Corporate risk from extremist groups
    John Sancenito, President, Information Network Associates
  • Understanding risk in an emergency management context
    Bob Manson, HEMBC
  • The role of unarmed security in active killer defence
    Brad Spicer, Founder, SafePlans
  • Ethical dilemmas presented by convergent volunteers during emergency response
    Ronald K. Sigman, Emergency Manager, Adams County, Colorado
  • Evaluating humanitarian aid and development sector resilience: Finding solutions to complex problems
    Michael Blyth, Chief Operations Officer, Risk and Strategic Management, Corporation
  • The silent assassin: How business demand changes following disaster
    Kaylene Sampson, Senior Researcher, Tracy Hatton, Principal Research Consultant and Charlotte Brown, Principal Research Consultant, Resilient Organisations