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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Live from The Abersoch Open 2012

Day 1 – On the road Here we are again. More precisely, here we are at a greasy spoon cafe on the way to Wales. It’s 10:30 and Chris and  I have just arrived. Mark B, Phil, Mike N and Dave are already here, all looking fit as fiddles and raring to go – at least at their […]

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A prelude to the Abersoch Open 2012

Long-standing readers a) need to be congratulated on your staying power and b) might remember that this time last year I completely ignored the fact that my blogs are supposed to be about business continuity management and gave a blow-by-blow account of the goings on at the 2011 Abersoch Open golf tournament. Well it’s that time […]

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Murder most fowl

The Osbornes recently suffered a tragedy in our menagerie (which is almost good enough to be the title of this blog, but not quite). Regular readers will know that I’m a bit of a yokel and that I live in semi-rural idyll with a variety of strange creatures – of the furry, feathered and buzzing variety, […]

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Oz’s Business Continuity Tip of the Month : “How normal is normal?”

When putting together our business continuity strategies and plans, a common assumption is that the ultimate objective is to return to normal following a major disruption. But what do we mean by ‘normal’? More often than not, we mean recreating the status quo. But some disruptive incidents are so significant that returning to normal may […]

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Oz’s Business Continuity Tip of the Month : “No news is bad news”

There are two common misconceptions about the media that are all-too-commonly offered by incident management teams as a reason for not talking to them. The first is that the media won’t be interested in their organisation, either because it’s not a household name or because they think that their problems wouldn’t be particularly newsworthy. The […]

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