Author Archives: Kate
We are pleased to congratulate our Director, Andrew MacLeod, on being awarded a first-class Master of Science degree in Resilience from Cranfield University.
Practitioners and policy makers need the leadership, management and technical skills to respond to disruptive challenges within … Read the rest
Tim Dalby-Welsh seems to be having an incredible start to the summer. Having recently been shortlisted for the CIR Business Continuity Awards, he found out last week that he won the BCI Europe Newcomer of the Year Award 2017.
The … Read the rest
Needhams 1834 & First Central Insurance Management have been announced as finalists in the CIR’s Business Continuity Awards.
They have been shortlisted for the Strategy Through Partnership category. Needhams have been working with FCIM for the past four years, developing … Read the rest
Tim Dalby-Welsh has been announced as a Business Continuity Awards Finalist.
Tim is shortlisted for the Newcomer of the Year Award. He joined Needhams 1834 in September 2015 and has spent the past 18 months building up his knowledge of … Read the rest
Chris was invited back this week as a guest lecturer to deliver a scenario based presentation on the links between business continuity and crisis management, demonstrating the application of BCM tools through an evolving crisis.
Around 25 students from the … Read the rest
“3rd BCM Forum – Steering through turbulent waters”
Chris was recently invited to be a keynote speaker by Fidel & Fortis and Netweek Conferences at their annual BCM conference in Greece.
Upon hearing the title of the conference for the … Read the rest
Boussias Communications, a leading business trade publishing and events company in Greece, and Fidel & Fortis Ltd Business Consultants, a boutique agency specializing in strategic communication and business conferences, have joined forces to pioneer business continuity and risk management events … Read the rest
M&S dealt with a potential scandal this week in an interesting and potentially far more satisfactory manner than might be expected. The BBC uncovered evidence that Syrian refugee children were working in illegal Turkish factories to produce clothing for brands … Read the rest
This week observing crisis management in the news and first hand:
We’ll begin with the crisis averted – the junior doctors strike for September was called off amid fears for patient safety – the remaining 3 for this year are … Read the rest