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A more prepared Bangladesh

The sixth annual Pacific Resilience Disaster Response Exercise and Exchange (DREE), co-hosted by the Bangladesh Armed Forces and U.S. Army-Pacific, concluded, here, Sept. 3. The DREE built on the accomplishments of last year’s exercise and expanded the communication between multiple agencies in the event of a catastrophic disaster in Bangladesh. The four-day event convened more than 150 participants from the multiple nations, non-governmental and international organizations to work through a phased tabletop exercise and field training exercise…

 

Read “Stronger” to Develop the Resilience You Need to Succeed

stronger_book“Stronger: Develop the Resilience You Need to Succeed” is not the typical “cheer up and things will look better” kind of book. The inspiration behind this book comes from Navy Seals, people who undergo constant pressure to maintain high standards of excellence. “Stronger” doesn’t seek to showcase how the common reader isn’t like a Navy SEAL, however. The goal is to understand the psychology behind a Navy SEAL’s tenacity with excellence when everything seems hopeless. In other words, “Stronger” seeks to help you go beyond surviving obstacles to excel because of them…

 

Top 6 ways business continuity can cost business

Business continuity mitigates the impact on a business when critical business functions are interrupted. However, an effective business continuity strategy can be challenging because there are so many factors that can disrupt operations. These factors can include anything that threatens a commercial facility, whether it’s a natural disaster or a physical break-in – it could also include anything that undermines IT infrastructure, such as hardware failure, or a security breach or it can even be something that threatens personnel, like a disease pandemic. Business continuity encompasses three core elements: resilience in how business functions and infrastructure are designed, recovery to restore systems that fail, and contingency to cope with incidents and disasters that occur…

 

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