Archive | Awareness and education

It’s about time (2)

During a recent, admittedly somewhat one-sided, conversation with Barney (see ‘20/20 hindsight‘, ‘Not what it seems‘, ‘Horses for courses‘ and ‘Paws for thought‘, amongst other previous blogs), after a couple of glasses of wine, I have to confess, it struck me that he and I are actually the same age* – assuming you buy into […]

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Oh dear diary

A couple of blogs ago (see ‘It’s all geek to me’) I mentioned the fact that I’m not, shall we say, totally wedded to technology, at least not for technology’s sake. In that blog I also mentioned that I’m an aficionado of the humble paper diary. Whilst I admit it’s not particularly shiny or whizzy, my paper […]

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The ramblings of a travelling consultant – episode 8

I recently spent a week in Sofia in Bulgaria, with a colleague, helping a client with some business continuity exercises and tests. The work went fine and, as expected, an assortment of successes, gaps, suggested improvements and follow-up actions were identified. Client confidentiality prevents me from divulging further details – that and the fact that it […]

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The ramblings of a travelling consultant – episode 2

Last week I went on a trip to Germany with a colleague. I’ll call him Ian – mainly because that’s his name. I’ve known him for almost as long as I’ve been involved in business continuity management and we’ve worked together on numerous assignments over the years. I was looking forward to going on my […]

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A nifty fifty?

It’s finally caught up with me. I tried to ignore it and hoped it would go away but whatever I did it was destined to happen anyway. I was utterly powerless to prevent it. Resistance was futile. In the end I just had to take it on the chin. I’m talking about my recent birthday. One with a zero at the […]

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