Faults & Fixes Series

  • Treating the Causes of Bad Business Continuity Training Programs

    Faults & Fixes: Bad Training As business continuity professionals, we tend to gravitate to the activities where we think we can deliver the most value. This often takes the form of the business impact analysis, helping management…

    Michael Bratton, MBCI Michael Bratton, MBCI | Apr 13, 2015
  • Treating the Causes of Bad Exercises

    Faults and Fixes: Bad Exercises Practice—it’s a key to success in any pursuit. Whether it’s within sports, hobbies, or business, practice is integral to fostering success, and business continuity planning is no exception. Arguably, the most effective…

    Avalution Team Avalution Team | Mar 16, 2015
  • Treating the Causes of Bad BIAs

    Faults & Fixes: Bad BIAs Nearly all business continuity practitioners understand the importance of conducting a business impact analysis (BIA) in order to lay the foundation for a viable business continuity program. Organizations who perform and continually…

    Emily Vizcaino, MBCI, MBCP Emily Vizcaino, MBCI, MBCP | Feb 16, 2015
  • Treating the Causes of Bad Management Reviews

    Faults & Fixes: Bad Management Reviews Senior management engagement is critical to business continuity success, so it’s becoming more and more common for organizations to involve management when designing and implementing business continuity programs.  However, after the…

    Avalution Team Avalution Team | Dec 15, 2014
  • Treating the Causes of Bad Business Continuity Plans

    Faults & Fixes: Bad Plans Developing strong business continuity plans characterized as actionable, relevant, and simple to execute can be a very difficult task for many organizations. In other articles, Avalution examined the different types of business…

    Michael Bratton, MBCI Michael Bratton, MBCI | Jun 11, 2014