New podcast: Robert Clark’s top tip for business continuity

This November, listen to and read exclusive interviews from business continuity expert and our author of the month Robert Clark.

In this episode, Robert shares his top tip for creating a business continuity plan and discusses his bestselling ITGP book Business Continuity and the Pandemic Threat.

Listen to the podcast here:

What is business continuity?

Business continuity is when organisations plan and prepare for business activities or processes being interrupted by external and/or internal factors so they can continue to function during and after a disruption.

Business Continuity and the Pandemic Threat

How would your business fare if more than half your employees, including those you rely on to execute your business continuity plan, were ill – or worse?

Although nothing can be done to prevent pandemics, their impact can be significantly mitigated. Business Continuity and the Pandemic Threat explains how.

Part I: Understanding the Threat provides the reader with a detailed overview of the challenge that pandemic threats can present. It uses historical examples to illustrate how pandemics can have devastating effects not only on the global population but also on critical infrastructure, the global economy and society.

Part II: Preparing for the Inevitable considers the actions that can be taken at a global, national, corporate and individual level to mitigate the risk and limit the damage of pandemic incidents. It provides guidance on creating and validating a pandemic plan and explains how it integrates with a business continuity plan. Comprehensive case studies are provided throughout.

20% off all Robert’s ITGP books

Receive a 20% discount on all of Robert’s ITGP books this November when you use discount code BCM20 at the checkout.

Robert’s books include:

Business Continuity and the Pandemic Threat
Validating Your Business Continuity Plan
In Hindsight – A compendium of Business Continuity case studies

Listen to the first interview

You can listen to Robert’s first interview or any other ITGP podcast via our SoundCloud account here.