Volume 3 (2008-09)

Each volume of Journal of Business Continuity & Emergency Planning consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles published in Volume 3 were:

Volume 3 Number 4

  • Developing an evacuation plan for the Obama presidential inauguration
    Darrell L. Darnell, Director, District of Columbia Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency and Jodi Stern, Senior Law and Policy Analyst, University of Maryland Center for Health and Homeland Security
  • Global trends in salary, status, responsibilities and career progression: What does the future hold for the business continuity professional?
    Cheyene Haase, President, BC Management
  • A crisis management standard: Who needs it?
    Peter Power, Managing Director, Visor Consultants
  • Ensuring business continuity for business process outsourcing companies
    Jonathan De Luzuriaga, Executive Director for Industry Affairs, Business Processing Association of the Philippines
  • Managing peacekeeping communications
    Ged Griffin, Inspector, Victoria Police
  • Is your company ‘The Biggest Loser’?
    Bill Jancouskas, Staff Disaster Preparedness Professional, Qwest Communications
  • Developing public–private partnership based business continuity management for increased community resilience
    Kenji Watanabe, Associate Professor, Graduate School, Nagaoka University of Technology
  • Building organisational resilience through a designed-in security management approach
    Peter Trim, Director, Centre for Advanced Management and Interdisciplinary Studies, Birkbeck, University of London, Nigel Jones, Senior Research Fellow, Cranfield University and Kevin Brear, Senior Manager, Deloitte
  • Contingency planning for earthquakes in Asia
    Nathaniel Forbes, President, Asia Council, International Association of Emergency Managers and Director, Forbes Calamity Prevention
  • Human factors in organisational resilience: Implications of breaking the psychological contract
    Jackie McCoy, Professor and Director, The Business Institute, University of Ulster and Alan Elwood, Director, Emergency Planning Solutions

Volume 3 Number 3

  • How to communicate flood risks effectively
    Tim L. Tinker, Senior Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton and Gerald E. Galloway, Chair, FEMA Levee Policy Review Committee
  • Gaining senior executive commitment to business continuity: Motivators and reinforcers
    Kenny Seow, Business Continuity Advisor, RiskCover, Government of Western Australia
  • The development of Scotland's resilience
    Ian Walford, Head of Resilience, The Scottish Government
  • Development of a business continuity programme at Arab National Bank
    Abdul Alonaizan, Head of Business Continuity Management, Arab National Bank
  • Resilience under attack: Techniques for continuing online businesses in the face of a security compromise
    Justin Clarke, Director, Gotham Digital Science
  • Event tourism: A strategic methodology for emergency management
    Christopher Kemp, Executive Dean, Buckinghamshire New University
  • Using the disaster crunch/release model in building organisational resilience
    Alan Elwood, Director, Emergency Planning Solutions
  • Crisis leadership: Past research and future directions
    Stacy L. Muffet-Willet, Associate Professor of Emergency Management and Sharon D. Kruse, Professor, University of Akron
  • Computer misuse in the workplace
    HMPS Herath, Business Analyst/Consultant, abas ERP and WMJI Wijayanayake, Senior Lecturer, University of Kelaniya

Volume 3 Number 2

  • Practical experiences and lessons in gaining BS25999 certification within a multinational organisation
    Roger McLoughlin, Continuity and Risk Assurance Manager, Vodafone
  • The summer 2007 floods: One year on and the lessons learned
    Nick Best, Regional Resilience Director and David Fraser, Flood Recovery Director, Government Office for Yorkshire and The Humber
  • Creating a non-traditional tabletop exercise that challenges participants and provides a unique learning experience
    Keith Hansen, Coordinator, Pandemic Influenza Education & Outreach and Lea Pounds, Center for Biopreparedness Education, University of Nebraska Medical Center
  • A new BIA methodology in line with the service continuity and recovery process outlined by PAS77
    Shankar Swaroop, Project Manager, Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery, FedEx
  • Impact of video conferencing on crisis teams, crisis decision making and communication effectiveness
    Robert Chandler, Chair, Communication Division, Center of Communication and Business, Pepperdine University and JD Wallace, Lubbock Christian University
  • Building an emergency response community: Making it work in practice
    Richard Serino, Chief of Department and Laura Williams, Deputy Chief of Staff, Boston Emergency Medical Services
  • Community resilience: The future of business continuity
    John Collicutt, Managing Director, Decisive Operations
  • CBRN preparedness in a small community
    Bruce Kirkham, former Deputy Fire Chief, Isle of Man Fire and Rescue Service

Volume 3 Number 1

  • Enhancing enterprise resilience in the commercial facilities sector
    Robert J. Coullahan, President and Chief Operating Officer and David Shepherd, Chief Executive Officer, Readiness Resource Group
  • Being prepared logistically for an influenza pandemic
    Jerry VanVactor, Chief of Logistics, US Army Medical Department Activity (Bavaria)
  • Communicating in a crisis: A risk management issue?
    David Gregory, Business Continuity Manager, City University, London
  • Employing a business continuity maturity model
    Karen Dye, Director, Global Crisis Management, Sun Microsystems and Margaret Langsett, EVP, Virtual
  • An innovative, flexible and workable business continuity plan: Case study of the Australian Customs Service Cargo
    Glenn Thornton, Director, Systems Support, The Australian Customs Service
  • Case study: A national alliance for training healthcare workers in emergency response
    Elaine Forte, Deputy Director of Operations and James Paturas, Deputy Director of Clinical Services, Yale New Haven Center for Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Response
  • Maintaining airport continuity of business and operations during disaster response: The role of command and control relationships with emergency management agencies
    James Smith, Professor, American Military University
  • Business continuity planning and pandemic influenza in Europe: An analysis of independent sector and national governments’ guidance
    Alexandra Conseil, Richard Coker, Sandra Mounier-Jack, Department of Public Health and Policy Communicable Diseases Policy Research Group, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine