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How Much Crisis Planning is Enough?

 Long ago, I was given some sage advice prior to briefing proposed Crisis Planning improvements to the executive team. My boss said, Remember Mike, whatever you're talking about, you're talking about money. This truism is an unrelenting one. In tandem with day-to-day operational constraints and limitations, the threat of an event evolving into a crisis consistently challenges an organization's management team to walk a tight rope between adequate mitigation efforts and fiscal need.

Drug Trafficking Landscape in Mexico: Looking Ahead to 2017

As a follow on to our August 17th Drug Trafficking Organizations (DTOs) in Mexico security preparedness webinar, we'll explore the rivalry between two of Mexico's most powerful DTOs and provide a forward-looking analysis of how the drug trafficking landscape might change over the next year. 
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World Water Week: How Preparations Today Can Mitigate A Crisis Tomorrow

Why is World Water Week celebrated globally? Water is vital to life and all business operations. Whether its individuals traveling across the globe, operations abroad, our food and drinking water, or pharmaceutical, energy, or other production industries, current issues of water security and future concerns over water scarcity will touch us all.
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Building a Successful Crisis Management Team

Widespread instability and growing threats to vital organizational interests are indelible on the canvas of the foreseeable future. As no two events are identical, no plan can anticipate or address every possible circumstance. In response, many organizations staff a Crisis Management Team and assign roles and responsibilities. However, implementing this effort alone is inadequate to address the dynamic nature of crisis.

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