Why do we go to all that trouble and expense to prepare our organizations just in case a bad event strikes?
So what were you doing on January 1st 2010?
New year, new crisis plan.
So, what can we learn from other people’s problems in 2019?
What’s more traditional at the end of the year than sitting by the warm glow of the Christmas tree lights with the babble of excited children in the background and updating your crisis preparedness plans?
So that we all know what we are talking about in this week’s blog, let’s begin by watching a 30-second advert created by Peloton for the Christmas gift season, in which a husband buys his wife her first ever Peloton, an expensive exercise cycle which allows you to participate in Spin classes from your own home.
You’ve created a sophisticated crisis plan to anticipate and respond to the risks.
Cybersecurity is one of those threats feared by just about every organization, regardless of size and specialty.
The first time any of us saw this ad from Nike was on the afternoon of September 3rd, 2018, when it was tweeted by its subject, the controversial NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
These are strange and difficult times for establishments in the Higher Education field.