Bite size resilience – Fashionable Resilience Advice

Business Continuity and Crisis Management plans can be a bit like fashion. They appeal to some but are confusing to others.

Black and white lines, in different directions. Initially attractive and then a little bit heavy on the eye. Perhaps touched, with a hint of colour to make them more interesting?

If the plan is required to give the user the direction they need to follow, then that is all that matters. But be aware of what is left exposed? What can be seen from a different angle? What direction and message do you need it to portray?

If the plan is required to give the user the direction they need to follow, then that is all that matters. Whether it’s a one page action card or a more detailed standard operating procedure, the only way to test it, is to exercise it.

Looking good is one thing, having the desired effect is another. Exercise your plans to make sure they work!
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Paul Kudray

A truly down to earth, grounded individual who is a resilience professional. Helping people and organizations to build and maintain their capabilities to respond to and recover from, crisis, emergencies or disasters. Paul is the 'resilience maverick' because he is not like the average resilience professional. He uses his great people skills to break down a complicated and often scary subject to make it easier to understand, want and need. Paul wants to help everyone be a bit more resilient because they can.

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