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June 1, 2011 / Dave Gorham

Where Are You on the Road to Business Continuity Resilience? [30-min. webinar]

Throughout 2011 and on behalf of the Association of Contingency Planners, ImpactWeather will continue to host and sponsor a series of monthly webinars on a variety of different topics related to business continuity and contingency planning.  Next Tuesday morning, June 7th at 10:30CDT, we’ll be hosting one called “Where Are You on the Road to Resilience? Useful KPIs (Key Program Indicators) to Assess your Program’s Maturity” presented by Montague Risk Management president Kathleen Lucey.

Kathleen Lucey

According to Kathleen, “Everyone knows that the Business Continuity ongoing program begins only after the initial plans have been written and implemented.  This webinar explains some of the most useful metrics – Key Program Indicators – that will help you to assess the current position of the permanent BC Program in your organization.”

To attend this free 20- to 30-minute webinar, which will include Q&A at the end, please register here.

The KPI webinar is not to be confused with another one we’re hosting that same afternoon at 2:30 CDT, The 2011 Atlantic Hurricane Season 30-Day June Outlook.  Of course, in order to reduce the possibility of confusing the two, it’s probably best to attend both events . . .

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  1. BigJoeLeto / Jun 14 2011 6:27 PM

    I am interested to see a case study on business continuity
    statistics in New Orleans. There has been so much going against that city in terms of natural disasters.

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