The data culture behind contemporary ICT systems belongs to the Stone Age! A text by Jacek Marczyk.
ISO 31000 Lead Risk Manager training and certification in Brussels, Belgium on 20-24 November. Register today!
Why I was taken to task for calling what transpired in Edmonton an act of terrorism while not doing the same with the shooting at a Quebec City mosque.
Jacek Marczyk explains why high resilience capacity doesn’t necessarily mean high performance.
Lessons learned from many hurricanes in many countries about designing, deploying and managing a resilient community-based response networks.
There are some very nasty terrorists who are very good at what they do, but there are also many who are only slightly above incompetent! A text by Phil Gurski
Why have we made it illegal to join a terrorist group, then not bother to apply the law when it is obvious that someone has done so? By Phil Gurski
Failure is often not contemplated in a model. No model-building laws forces one to do so. See how this problem lead to catastrophes! By Jacek Marczyk
The vast difference between eradicating a disease and eradicating terrorism. A text by Phil Gurski.
Sometimes we set off with great intention and purpose, only to find them ‘deflated’ by the actions (or lack of) of others, such as leaders and teams!
When we think about terrorism and terrorists, we go immediately to explosives, suicide vests and firearms. But what about SWORDS? By Phil Gurski.
Team bonding over a hot and cold buffet can be an amazing experience, as long as you didn’t get any sweet chili sauce over your new top! By Paul Kudray.