BCP Episode 2: Protests, Resilience ROI and Boardroom Engagement

BCP Episode 2 Recording - Matthew Wardner and Toby Ingram - Around the Kitchen Table

BCP Episode 2 Recording - Matthew Wardner and Toby Ingram - Around the Kitchen Table

From the business costs of protests and being prepared for the next ones to alternative recruitment campaigns from the NHS and much more.

Matthew and Toby from Inverroy Crisis Management discuss the latest news in the Business Continuity World, in this the second of their monthly podcast series.

During the podcast we mention the European Space Agency. If you would like more information about their recent exercise, details are at:

https://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Space_Safety/The_day_the_asteroid_might_hit/(print)


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Email: BCP@inverroy.com


The Detail:

In The News: (0:00:00 - 0:12:50)

  • Protests - Extinction Rebellion - london, heathrow
    President Trump

  • 5G - Huawei, UK Government, China & US

  • Tariffs - China, Mexico, Brexit

  • NHS Recruitment - mumsnet (Read more)

  • European space agency - Asteroid strike live exercise (Read more)

Resilience Rant: (0:12:50 - 0:21:18)

  • Log keeping - Why are we not better at this?

Lessons Learned: (0:21:18 - 32:20)

  • How resilience and sustainability can increase investment appetite

  • Testing boardroom engagement during a crisis

Coming up & Close: (0:32:20 - 34.04)

  • Guests

  • BCI World Conference