Forthcoming content

A selection of the peer-reviewed articles and real-world case studies scheduled for Volume 17 of Journal of Business Continuity & Emergency Planning includes:

  • An organization’s supplier relationship management best practices and incident response framework for a supplier disrupted by a cyber-attack
    Cyrus Green, COO, Enterprise Risk Group, Vice President, Business Resilience, T. Rowe Price
  • Using enterprise risk management to strengthen organizational resiliency: One institution’s story
    Melanie J. Lucht, Associate Vice President for Enterprise Risk Management and Chief Risk Officer, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Transforming operational resilience theory to effective risk mitigation 
    Cyril Korenbeusser, Chief Operational Resilience Officer, CIB Americas, BNP Paribas
  • Building community resilience: Victoria's holistic approach to climate change adaptation and extreme heat response
    Kristie Signer, Climate Action Outreach Coordinator, Summer Formosa, Climate Action Grant Writer & Project Coordinator, Tanya Seal-Jones, Emergency Program Coordinator, City of Victoria, British Columbia
  • Strengthening tsunami maritime response and mitigation through inclusive stakeholder engagement: Lessons learned in Washington State
    Elyssa Tappero, Tsunami Program Manager, Danté DiSabatino, Tsunami Program Coordinator, Washington Military Department, Emergency Management Division
  • Assessing disaster recovery program maturity – a practical approach
    Kevin Finch, Senior Business Continuity Architect, Sayers 
  • Active shooters: History, planning, and action to ensure a proper fire and ems response
    Randall W. Hanifen, Assistant Fire Chief-Operations, West Chester Fire-Rescue, Ohio
  • Assessing and complying with regulatory oversight on utility performance
    Gregory Eddy, Lead Program Manager, Jonathan Pease, Lead Program Manager, and Cassandra Johnston, Lead Program Manager, National Grid, New York Emergency Planning, Electric, Gas, and Generation
  • Leveraging business continuity for climate-related financial disclosure
    Jerome Ryan, Managing Director, BDO
  • Catalysts for change: How partnerships and transparency created the maryland department of emergency management
    Anna Sierra, Chief Development Officer, Executive Office, Maryland Department of Emergency Management
  • SMUD's experience in executing an enterprise continuity management plan in response to COVID and other crisis events
    Antoinette Benson, Program Manager, Emergency Operations & Enterprise Continuity, SMUD
  • How to reboot and refresh your BC/DR program
    Linda Pace, First Vice President, Director of Resiliency Security & Safety, Information Security, City National Bank
  • Using a coalition model for transportation coordination during emergencies
    Bree Boyce, Senior Manager of Coalitions, Mobility Management, Hopelink
  • How to adapt response plans to the future climate
    Shannon Copeland, Industry Manager, Meteorologist, and BC Support, StormGeo
  • Get it together, together: How the Texas State Office of Risk Management creates whole community continuity through cross-sector collaboration
    Heather Hernandez, Statewide Continuity Coordinator, Agency Relations, Shelby Hyman, Continuity Task Force Leader, Director of Agency Relations, and Stephen Vollbrecht, State Risk Manager, Executive Director, State Office of Risk Management, Texas
  • A proactive approach to risk management
    Mary Herbst, VP of Enterprise Risk Management and Compliance, YMCA of the North
  • What cyber resilient companies do right
    Camila Ishikawa, Vice President, Banco Rendimento
  • How to effectively coordinate business continuity with integrated risk management
    Brian Zawada, Vice President Strategy, Riskonnect
  • The State of Maryland’s approach to improving organizational resiliency through cross training
    Brian Bauer, Preparedness Branch Manager, and Kenneth Maloney, State Continuity Unit Supervisor, Maryland Department of Emergency Management (MDEM)
  • Building community resiliency and trust: a framework
    Dave Brand, Director of Community & Protective Services, Director of Emergency Management, Red Deer County, Alberta
  • Why and how to integrate your BC and DR programs
    Emy Dunfee, Director, Security, Incident Management, FirstBank
  • Mass casualty and mass fatality incident planning and the importance of a victim-centred, community approach
    Karen Collins, Manager, Emergency Planning Unit, Vancouver Police Department
  • Legal trends impacting business continuity advising
    Erika Andresen, Founder, EaaS Consulting
  • City of Penticton’s comprehensive approach to wildfire risk reduction
    Miyoko McKeown, FireSmart Coordinator, and Brittany Seibert, Emergency Program Coordinator, City of Penticton, British Columbia
  • The use of shared digital platform solutions to address challenges to multi-agency preparedness, response and recovery work within the UK
    Laura Drew, Public Health Senior Emergency Planning Officer, Kirklees Council, UK
  • Maintaining emergency food access in times of crisis
    Dan Huang-Taylor, Executive Director, Food Banks BC
  • Lessons from Hurricane Ida: Addressing gaps in emergency preparedness planning to protect residents in independent living facilities
    Jeanie Donovan, Deputy Director, Population Health & Disease Prevention, and Meredith McInturff, Public Health Emergencies Coordinator, New Orleans Health Department