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Business continuity management lessons learned in 2020

As organizations around the world were abruptly thrown into having to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak, business continuity management became a key focal point. With hindsight there is, of course, much to learn about how things can be improved for future events. Here Marc Hardwick highlights some key lessons learned…

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BCI releases final shortlist for the 2020 Global Awards

The 2020 BCI Global Awards will be presented via a virtual awards ceremony, taking place at 11am GMT on Thursday 19th November. The Global Awards bring the winners from all of the BCI’s regional business continuity and resilience awards together to be judged for the Global title.

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A South African perspective on dealing with COVID-19

Every country has had a different approach to managing COVID-19 but South Africa’s approach has been different to many. This article provides an overview and looks at some implications and learning points from a business continuity point of view.

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Expectations of a superhuman incident response

COVID-19 has shown organizations that sometimes change can be forced upon us in ways that it would be impossible to predict. Petra Morrison says that there are various superpowers which exist in most organizations which can provide the necessary agility to respond - if they are brought together.

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