Malware, disasters and maths! See what you missed this week on The Resilience Post.
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!
Swords, jeans and live shows. See what you missed this week on The Resilience Post.
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.
Barcelona fits a pattern – there is no pattern Does the Barcelona and Charlottesville recent vehicular terrorist attacks fit a pattern? Spoiler alert, there never is and never will be […]
Risk management isn’t a risky business. Managing risks is a staple diet of any business, regardless of their size or complexity. But some businesses have teams of highly skilled, highly […]
MANAGEMENT Denis Goulet General Manager Jean-Baptiste Pelland-Goulet Editor ________________________________ AUTHORS Paul Kudray An international business resilience leader, Paul Kudray is a Fellow of the EPC and a Fellow of the […]
We all need to do it at some point! There are good jobs and bad jobs. You know the kind of shitty jobs, that no one else wants to do […]
On holiday recently, I had time to reflect a bit, as we do; take stock and look at what I was doing and where I was going. What was influencing […]
The opening lines from The Isley Brothers 1969 Tamla Motown song, Behind a Painted smile, echo the sentiments of many I imagine. Some people wear a painted smile to hide their own emotions and feelings; for the sake of either being ‘decent’ or not wanting to give the ‘game’ away.
Now I’m not the world’s most intelligent man; I grew up thinking that Ellesmere Port was one pound a bottle! But I do believe my imagination is up there with the best of them. Mr […]
Where would resilience be without them? Whether we’re talking about emergency or disaster management, business continuity management or resilience, we rely heavily upon acronyms and the well utilised ampersand symbol […]