Did you know we only remember about 10% of what we see, but 90% of what we do or interact with? The more we engage with the information we receive, the more likely we will remember what we learn.
Understanding this, Lootok’s approach to business continuity involves Activity-Based Collaboration™, which facilitates data collection and training in an interactive group setting. This means that instead of subjecting people to “death by PowerPoint,” our sessions are structured to maximize cognitive learning and memory retention. Our workshops use elements of gaming and competition to keep participant energy high, while getting results efficiently.
The Lootok Demand Model™
Many business continuity programs fail because of a well-intentioned desire to get to a high state of maturity, quickly. When this happens, you risk your audience feeling frustrated due to a lack of awareness or understanding about why business continuity is so important.
How can you create internal demand for business continuity, incrementally and sustainably? Before charging forward with a laundry list of deliverables, consider that people may have had limited experience with the program, while others may not even be aware of it.
The Lootok Demand Model™ helps you understand where people lie in their levels of engagement, so you can build upon their interest to steadily sophisticate your program. Acknowledging the common barriers that inhibit program adoption, as well as the key drivers that promote it, helps you build business continuity into your organizational culture and grow long-term support for it.
Get Ready, Stay Alert, Take Action™
While old-school business continuity subscribes to a cookie-cutter formula that begins and ends with a plan, our Get Ready, Stay Alert, Take Action™ methodology guides companies to manage threats before, during, and after an incident so that they are always on the ready.
Start with identifying risks, gaps, and vulnerabilities to evaluate your company’s current level of preparedness.
Establish a process for preemptive response to incidents by training teams to detect and monitor threats before they escalate into disruptions.
When a potential incident surfaces, use a framework for flexible planning to address the complexities specific to a crisis.