AI-powered custom knowledge agents or chatbots are going to be a real game changer. Learn what they are and how to build them here.
Risk and crisis consulting is on the brink of its 'Kodak moment'. As AI streamlines tasks by over 90%, firms face a dilemma: adopt AI and disrupt the business model or resist and risk obsolescence. Small teams have the edge, but all must adapt. Dive in to discover the industry's future.
Lots of businesses are wondering what AI means for them, and it's essential that companies have an AI strategy, even if that strategy is to do nothing. But even if the answer is 'do nothing,' you can only get there by asking the right questions first. Here are those questions.
Risk and Security Managers Positive on AI Last week, I had a great session with ASIS at the AI for Risk and Security Managers webinar. As part of the session, I outlined the three questions organizations should ask themselves concerning AI and how it affects their business. * How could AI give us an advantage? … Continue reading Risk and Security Managers are Positive about AI
AI is already enhancing how some people work but it's threatening other jobs and some people just aren't sure what to make of it. Here are the questions you should be asking to work out what AI means for your job and how to take advantage of it.
It's always tough to answer the question, 'How much damage does a reputational crisis cause?' Unlike a business interruption or accident, the cost of reputational crises is much harder to determine but some recent events in the US provide some useful data
I wrote this on a beautiful sunny morning last week, sitting on the Isle of Skye, enjoying the sun washing over the mountains with a fresh coffee and a copy of business continuity principles. Different day, different highland view, but you get the idea OK, so I enjoyed the sunrise, mountains, and coffee a little … Continue reading Business Continuity in a Nutshell
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This will never work" "People won't trust something so important to an automated process" Quite a few people have told me why CrisisDojo will fail. But I think they're wrong. Not because I'm naive. Because someone already did it for a similar industry. Here's why I'm confident
A crisis management plan (CMP) isn't to give you the answer to every situation or explain precisely what to do in each situation: it's to tell you how to set things up so you can work out the solution yourself. Here's a simple framework you can use for your CMP.