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Debunking myth #1: The plan is the promised land

As BCM professionals, we’ve long believed in the myth that a plan is our key to recovery during a disruption. Often, we hyper-focus on the plan as undeniable proof that the right actions will be taken in an incident. This is the worst possible approach. Learn why in our eBook, The plan is the promised land, the first in Lootok’s series on the five myths of business continuity management (BCM)!

The plan is the promised land
Myth #1: The plan is the promised land

See Myth #2: You need a business impact analysis (BIA).
See Myth #3: The risk matrix measures risk.
See Myth #4: It gets cheaper and easier.
See Myth #5: Best-in-class BCM software exists.

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In D.C.? Meet Lootok at the Mid-Atlantic Disaster Recovery Association

In Washington, D.C.? Lootok’s Sean Murphy will be presenting at the Mid-Atlantic Disaster Recovery Association (MADRA) on “Quick, creative ways to energize your business continuity management program” and “Command and Control: A framework for crisis management” on July 8 at 12 noon.  Here are the details.

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How can I raise business continuity awareness?

Business continuity can be a challenging thing to get people to pay attention to, especially when a disruption feels distant or unlikely. However, it’s critical that your staff knows about your company’s business continuity program and is familiar with its recovery strategies and plans—prior to an incident—in order for your planning to be effective. So how can you raise business continuity awareness at your organization?

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Why don’t plans work?

Sean Murphy discusses the limitations of plans with renowned author and research psychologist Gary Klein.

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Methodology

Lootok has three methodologies that drive our operations: Activity-Based Collaboration™, The Lootok Demand Model™ , and Get Ready, Stay Alert, Take Action™.

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The MOD board game

 

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What does ISO 22301 look for in a business continuity plan?

An ISO-aligned business continuity plan includes business continuity procedures for managing a disruption and continuing operations, based on recovery objectives identified in its business impact analysis.

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Business continuity and the Sony data breach

A massive data breach at Sony Pictures Entertainment, which experts believe was targeted by North Korea as retaliation for a film depicting the assassination of its leader Kim Jong Un, has led to an international incident that has gained the attention of business continuity professionals. Even large companies like Sony can sometimes put business continuity planning on the back burner.  BC professionals say that attacks like this can sometimes change their minds.

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