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Origami’s James Green discusses the Bank of England, why employees in the service industry make for great crisis managers, what led to a third of the employees at Basecamp to suddenly leave, and more with ‘Preparing for the Unexpected’ host Alex Fullick.

James Green, Director of Risk Practices, joins Preparing for the Unexpected host, Alex Fullick, for the May 9 segment of This Week in Business Continuity to discuss:

  • The shrinking resource pool and where people are going
  • The service industry, employees finding and quitting new careers, and why servers make for great crisis managers
  • The pros and cons of industry awards
  • Operational resilience at the Bank of England and the FCA (Financial Control Authority)
  • What will Business Continuity Plans (BCPs) look like when working-from-home was the contingency? 
  • A true Canadian crisis story (A hint: The Beaver)
  • What Alex and James are reading at the moment

Watch the full episode below.

About Preparing for the Unexpected

Preparing for the Unexpected is a weekly YouTube show created and hosted by author, speaker, and recognized Business Continuity and Resilience expert, A. Alex Fullick, Managing Director of Stone Road Inc, a consulting and training firm specializing in Business Continuity Management (BCM) and Organizational Resilience (OR). 

The show features multiple experts and speakers from a wide spectrum of industries to discuss Business Continuity Management (BCM), operational and organizational resilience, employee well-being and mental health, disasters and disaster planning, emergency management, crisis management, and so much more.