Duration 2 weeks
Weekly study 8 hours
Discover the evolving influences and challenges for BCM and CM
This course investigates how organisational politics, behaviours, culture, governance, and compliance are influential factors in BCM/CM settings. Learning will entail how industry practice, geography and changing risk environments underpin effective BCM/CM.
You’ll learn about the role of Industry 3.0 and the advent of cyber risks as disruptive challenges to the smooth running of organisations.
You will also explore key theories such as high reliability and normal accident risks, and the impacts of systemic and systematic failure modes in complex, tightly coupled and time-sensitive systems.
What topics will you cover?
- Organisational politics
- Embedding BCM and CM and managing organisational culture
- Globalisation, complexity and supply chain
- Industry 3.0 and digitisation
Who is the course for?
This course is aimed at people who want to learn about how geography and changing risk environments influence Business Continuity Management and Crisis Management.
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