All posts by Betty A. Kildow

Betty A. Kildow, a business continuity management consultant for more than two decades, has worked with widely diverse organizations. assisting them in developing their continuity capability. She is a DRII Certified Business Continuity Professional (CBCP), a Fellow of the Business Continuity Institute (FBCI), and an ISO 22301 Master and ISO 28000 certified Lead Implementer and Auditor. A member of the ContinuityLink Trainers Team, Betty is the author of ContinuityLink’s newest training, Supply Chain Continuity.

To protect your Supply Chain… Purchase your suppliers or create supply partnerships?

For many organizations, purchasing even their most critical suppliers and other supply chain links is not a viable option, and not every supplier is interested in being purchased.

Whose watch is it anyway?… Consultants and Business Continuity Planning

How to select and partner with a business continuity consultant to achieve optimum results when developing or enhancing your Business Continuity program.

Mitigating Supply Chain Risk for Greater Resilience

The value of mitigation: a proactive, productive, cost effective component of successful Supply Chain Continuity planning.

Continuity Standards, Guidelines, Best Practices: Goal or Guide?

Why a well-designed, implemented, and maintained Business Continuity Management System results in a more resilient organization.

With whom can we work to help improve organizational resilience?

Business Continuity management has evolved and matured and is now widely viewed as having a significant role in developing resilient organizations.

Resilience in 2018 – Betty A. Kildow

We asked our contributors what they see for resilience in 2018. See Betty Kildow's vision!

Time for a Checkup… Business Continuity Training

Does your training program include the appropriate training for all levels of the organization? Author: Betty A. Kildow

Global Supply Chain: Heading in the Right Direction?

Supply Chain Management and Business Continuity Management need to work together to create a more resilient organisation