SITREP for Friday, April 14, 2023
Running a great crisis exercise needs though planning and preparation. But it also requires one thing you might not expect: letting go of control. Here's how to relax and run a great exercise. (Hint, you need to be lazy to pull this off.)
All (Diplomatic) Roads Lead to Beijing The SITREP for Friday, April 7, 2023
Welcome to the SITREP for March 31, 2023 We’re on a mini-vacation in Europe this week, so it’s a Dragnet edition today: just the facts! By the way, if you haven’t signed up for the CrisisDojo waitlist, you're already missing out. The waitlist folks already got a sneak peek at the crisis standard builder and … Continue reading SITREP for March 31, 2023
Exercises are an essential part of skills development for things like emergencies and crises but creating a successful exercise takes a lot of work and planning - you can't just throw some problems at a group of people and hope they'll learn from the experience. Here's how to plan a successful exercise.
SITREP for Friday, March 24, 2023 There’s still only one big story right now: banks. And rather than being out of the woods, as many are hoping, I think we might have just gotten into the woods. Keep in mind that something the increased rates are designed to do is expose and break weaknesses in the financial system. In that light, we have some way to go...
Each of the recent bank that failed was in a different position, and no single factor caused these banks to get into trouble. However, these recent events provide some essential takeaways for risk and communications managers. Here are four I think are worth thinking about.
Daily SITREP for Friday, March 17, 2023 Read this on the Blog Welcome to the SITREP for Friday, March 17, 2023. Two very different banking crises played out this last week and, while both seem to be over, the panicky reactions in world markets indicates a lot of FUD (fear, uncertainty, and doubt) has built … Continue reading SITREP for Friday March 17 2023
Regular training is necessary to ensure your leadership team is prepared for a crisis. But getting a management team to buy into what seems like a lot of training time can be tricky. Here's how to sell the idea of frequent training.
The other afternoon, I was curious (and possibly a little bored...) and set myself a challenge. Could I use generative AI to build realistic input for crisis management exercises?**Spoiler - yes, I could.