A selection of materials from DRI International is available here as an added benefit for DRI members. We hope you enjoy this informative collection of industry information and research.
Event: Annual Conference - DRI2019
Author: Dean Gallup
With a major revision recently released, the DRI International Glossary for Resiliency is both an in-demand resource as well as a hot topic. Since its first release in 2014, the glossary has been a major resource for business continuity and resilience professionals around the world and is currently published in four different languages. This session will share the thought process behind the recent changes and explore the future of the glossary – with a new version due out in 2022.
Event: DRI Glossary
Author: DRI Glossary Committee
The International Glossary for Resilience is a language guide designed to improve communications and increase clarity across the business continuity, disaster recovery, and resilience community.
Event: Annual Conference - DRI2018
Author: Dean Gallup
Since its first release in 2014, The DRI International Glossary for Resiliency has been a major resource for business continuity and resilience professionals around the world. Currently in four different languages, the glossary provides a common language for resilience professionals to use. The Glossary Committee is ready to release a major update to the Glossary in February, 2018. This session outlines the changes to the glossary, provides information on the new glossary, and discusses the future of the glossary.
Event: Annual Conference - DRI2014
Author: Chloe Demrovsky and Bobby Williams
Defining the Strategic Objectives of the International Glossary for Resiliency
Event: Annual Conference - DRI2013
Author: Bobby Williams and Chloe Demrovsky
Clear communication is critical to effective crisis management. Yet even among our own professionals, there are discrepancies in how we describe what we do including some of our most basic activities. This presentation will explain how a group of DRI volunteers has pulled industry terminology from 22 reference documents including standards and regulations from around the world as well as professional glossaries to create a comprehensive global resource. The presenters invite you to participate in what promises to be a lively discussion about industry terminology and sources. We want to hear from you about which definitions you use, what we are missing, and how you would like to participate in this process moving forward. After we have incorporated your feedback, the glossary will be made public as a free resource on the DRI website.