Announcing the Finalists for the 2020 DRI Awards of Excellence
Each year at the DRI International annual conference, the Awards of Excellence program honors the leaders and innovators in the fields of continuity m ... Continue Reading
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Rampaging forest fires: Three things companies can learn (Japanese Language)
Although wildfires in California have been slowly redressing, forest fires in Australia are still ongoing. Even if your company's business is literally on fire, business leaders can learn something important from preparing for natural disasters. Here are three lessons learned from companies that strive to take responsible and sustainable action.
Coronavirus: Best Practices to Keep Businesses Running
“Update and review pandemic preparedness plans,” said Chloe Demrovsky, president and CEO of Disaster Recovery Institute International, which is focused on helping organizations prepare for and recover from disasters. “If you don’t have one, now is the time to write one. It needs to have leadership buy-in and clear objectives, a thorough risk assessment and an analysis of the potential impact to core functions, and it has to have pandemic-specific elements and strategies.”
The novel coronavirus' impact on China's economy
While many Chinese cities remain under lockdown, local businesses are taking a hit. Chloe Demrovsky, President and CEO of Disaster Recovery Institute International, says large companies like Alibaba, have plans in place for situations like this, but smaller companies don’t .
LBC: The Darren Adam Show
The the Jan. 28 show featured an interview with immunologist Prof Stan Perlman & DRI President Chloe Demrovsky on the coronavirus outbreak.
What Businesses Can Do In Response To The Coronavirus
The headline-making coronavirus that originated in China continues to spread with nearly 3,000 confirmed cases and 80 deaths across 12 countries according to the World Health Organization. The potential business impacts could be devastating. What should all businesses be doing now?