One of the Aldridge Kerr Team commented that most folks (and organizations) do not intentionally allow for inefficiencies or ineffectiveness. This is true. But, the reverse is also true: in order for any organization to build a strong, sustainability operation, they must be intentional. Building sustainability is a must for operational effectiveness. Here are some
In our most recent newsletter, we discussed sustainability and its role as a building block to operational effectiveness. A key characteristic of sustainability is engaging your Staff. Often as Aldridge Kerr works with our Clients, Management will be impressed with one of our recommendations. This is when we explain to them that the brilliant idea
Creating a Business Continuity Plan for when business interruption occurs is essential for any organization. However, a key factor in the success of any plan requires for routine testing of it. The worst thing an organization can do is to create a plan and then “put it on the shelf” and never look at it
Yes, we at Aldridge Kerr can be a broken record when it comes to reminding folks of the importance of knowing your organization’s Critical Processes. Having clarity as to what processes are most critical provides a long list of solutions. One of those includes helping to prepare for a business interruption, our focus for October.
In our most recent newsletter, Managing Business Interruption we identified the importance of developing a Communication Plan as part of the preparedness for an interruption. Here are some hints as the plan is built: Identify the method for communication, including a backup if that method is not available during the business interruption Create a Communication