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  • IIR ASIA PACIFIC

    Strengthen your Resilience Business Continuity Management Workshop

    GRAND MILLENNIUM HOTEL , KUALA LUMPUR ,MALAYSIA

    28-29th JULY 2011

    A workshop on methods aligned with internationally renowned business continuity principles and guidelines (SS540, BS 25999, and ISO 31000) to enhance your corporate resilience

    All our conferences and seminars can be developed into customised programmes to meet your organisation's specific training needs. For more information on in house training, please contact us at 603-21175035

    IIR ASIA PACIFICOrganised by: www.iir-ct.com

    IIR Europe Region : + 44 207 256 4054 IIR Asia Pacific Region : + 603-21175035

    Please call us for further enquiry at:

    mailto:glendon@kavaq.com

  • Practical Exercise: Forecast a sales cycle based on historical data by calculating the

    seasonality index and adjusting the forecast accordingly.Understanding market statistics

    Practical exerciseAnalyse a set of market PE ratios and identify information that can be deducedLearning objective: understand how markets work and identify the real value drivers.

    from a table of multiples.

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    International Facilitator

    John Salter

    Responsibilities and Experience:-The development of Australia's national bestpractice in emergency risk management;

    - Managing partnerships between governments and the private sector;

    - Serving on national and international hazard taskforces; and

    - Developing resources - competency frameworks, needs analyses, curricula and training

    Key consulting assignments have included

    - Business Impact Assessments and Risk

    - Disaster Reviews / Performance Reviews- Research on management improvement opportunities

    - Scenario based exercises for entities with key

    - Reviewing national risk management programs; and - Developing and delivering tailored business continuity

    and emergency planning workshops

    Assessments;

    vulnerabilities;

    Managing a global risk management consulting

    uses a facilitative risk management based approach business continuity and emergency planning. John

    with clients to coordinate and deliver Business Continuity Plans and Crisis Management Plans within

    franchise , based on due diligence approach to

    an Enterprise Risk Management Framework.

    Introduction to the scope of the workshop

    The keys to planning for sound business continuity are policies, strategies and

    1.Understanding the business processes that are most critical to the success

    2.Implementing strategies to protect the resources that support them.

    This approach should be integrated into an application of the International

    This workshop takes participants through a methodical sequence of issues and

    plans based on:

    of your business.

    Risk Management Principles and Guidelines to achieve relevant and robust outcomes in support of your entity's objectives.

    learning outcomes, the outcome of which will be an understanding of how to develop a strong business continuity capability across your organisation.

    COURSE CONTENT

    This session will explore:- The structure of several specific approaches (frameworks, standards, principles and guidelines) - in particular Business Continuity

    - How these different "standards" relate to each other.- How they can be harmonized into a framework which is aligned to your needs and context.- Assessing the gap between where you are and where you need to be regarding core elements of the harmonized framework.

    Management SS540, Business Continuity Management BS 25999 and Risk Management ISO 31000.

    1.Standards, Frameworks, Principles and Guidelines

    Learning outcomes include:

    - Knowledge of the structure of Enterprise Risk Management COSO; Business Continuity Management BS 25999 and Risk

    - Understanding how these standards relate to each other.- Awareness of issues when translating standards into context.- Knowledge of how to conduct a gap assessment.

    Management ISO 31000.

    This session will explore:- The advantages of moving away from a focus on extreme events and hazard to a focus on the vulnerability of the things we depend

    - Using data which maps resources which support the organisation's critical activities (such as SIPOC).- The application of a scalable tool aligned with a best practice Business Continuity Standard (BS 25999).

    2. Business Impact Assessment

    upon.

    Learning outcomes include:

    - Understanding the advantages of moving away from a focus on extreme events and hazard to a focus on the vulnerability of the

    - Mapping resources which support the organisation's critical activities using SIPOC data.- Understanding how to apply a scalable tool aligned with a best practice Business Continuity Standard (BS 25999).

    things we depend upon.

    mailto:glendon@kavaq.commailto:inhouse@kavaq.comhttp://www.kavaq.com/training/

  • 3. Risk Assessment

    This session will explore:- The process role of risk assessment.- A range of tools and techniques.- The use of FEMA 452 in a Business Continuity context.

    Learning outcomes include:- An awareness of the core role of risk assessment processes.- An awareness of a range of tools and techniques.- Knowledge of how to use of FEMA 452 in a Business Continuity

    This session will explore:- The development of integrated layers - policy, strategy and plans.- The key role of stakeholder engagement.

    4. Building a Plan

    Learning outcomes include:- Awareness of the crucial role of stakeholder engagement.- Knowledge of the development of integrated layers - policy, strategy and plans.

    This session will explore:- The importance of integrating Information Technology Management and Business Continuity Management.- Ensuring there is a Business Continuity Plan for Information Technology.- Ensuring there is an Information Technology Resilience Plan for key business functions.

    5.Integrating Disaster Recovery (IT)

    Learning outcomes include:- Awareness of the importance of integrating Information Technology Management and Business Continuity Management.- Knowledge of how to establish a Business Continuity Plan for Information Technology.- Knowledge of how to establish an Information Technology Resilience Plan for key business functions.

    This session will explore:- What characterizes good decision making in uncertainty.- Some tools and techniques for good decision making.- The use of desktop scenarios (for highly ranked threats such as Pandemic).

    6. Crisis Management

    Learning outcomes include:- Awareness of what characterizes good decision making.- Knowledge of some tools and techniques for good decision making.- Knowledge of how to manage desktop scenario based exercises.

    7.Continuous Improvement

    This session will explore:- How to improve corporate capabilities on an ongoing basis by training and exercising- The key role of well designed desktop exercises before any extreme event- The key role of sensitively facilitated organization debriefs after any extreme event.

    7. Continuous Improvement

    Learning outcomes include:- Awareness of the importance of improving corporate capabilities on an ongoing basis by training and exercising.- Understanding how to manage a well designed desktop exercises before any extreme event.- Understanding how to manage a sensitively facilitated organization debrief after any extreme event.

    This session will explore:- How to develop a scope statement which ensures a holistic

    - Key elements of a Business Continuity Management

    - Issues of implementing the project.

    approach to Business Continuity Planning across the enterprise.

    8. Initiating a BCP initiation, enhancement or review Project

    Project Plan

    Learning outcomes include:- Knowledge of how to develop a scope statement

    - Knowledge of the key elements of a Business

    - Awareness of issues of implementing the project.

    which ensures a holistic approach to Business Continuity Planning across the enterprise.

    Continuity Management Project Plan

    context.

    COURSE SCHEDULE

    8.008.3010.10 - 10.3012.30 - 13.3014.40 - 15.0016.00

    Registration & Coffee/TeaWorkshop commencesMorning coffee/teaLunchAfternoon coffee/teaEnd of day

    mailto:glendon@kavaq.com

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