Business Continuity

Future Mistakes? or Future Missed Steaks? 11 indications of change on the food front.

Future Mistakes? or Future Missed Steaks? 11 indications of change on the food front.

We may soon be looking at a situation where demand for meat-from-livestock is reducing, and large-scale meat production becomes unsustainable, both practically and environmentally. What can we do about it?

Resilience Thinking – It’s when not if.

Resilience Thinking – It’s when not if.

Guest Blog from Paul Hancock Founding Partner of 360 Resilience

The recent and rapid evolution of our high streets in the UK and main street USA have been a very visible sign of change which few will have missed. Resilience thinking helps business leaders understand what that change will look like

9 Considerations for Enhanced International Business Resilience

9 Considerations for Enhanced International Business Resilience

No matter where you operate from, or your clients are based, or your supply chain links to, keeping your business running during a disruptive event is critical for cash flow and customer retention.

Stadium Resilience: The Case of Hull Kingston Rovers

Stadium Resilience: The Case of Hull Kingston Rovers

In late November 2018 a major incident occurred at Rugby League side Hull Kingston Rovers’ stadium.

Due to extremely high winds, one of the floodlight pylons collapsed falling onto the pitch. Luckily no-one was hurt and the stadium was evacuated safely.

O2 Outage

O2 Outage

In the last 36 hours, 32million mobile users lost access to data and other services provided by Mobile Network Operator O2, affecting individuals as well as businesses – both of whom are becoming more and more reliant on mobile as their only communication method. We analyse their response and look at what we can learn from the situation.


Business Continuity: Severe Weather Considerations

Business Continuity: Severe Weather Considerations

All companies spend a great deal of time and money on the traditional risk, such as fire safety procedures, however, with the increased prevalence of extreme weather, do we spend enough time and thought on our preparedness for a severe weather event?