Resilience Management continues to evolve and this year our most recent report, the 13th Edition BCM Trends Report, highlights several program advancements. Not only has there been a continued shift in increasing the scope of Resilience Management capabilities and driving executive engagement. Now more than ever before, a majority of organizations have consolidated ownership of the Business Continuity program, along with other risk and resilience related disciplines, under Risk Management. Additionally, the data also indicates an increase in program investment strategies along with increasing personnel and outside support to assist in meeting program resiliency goals
Join Cheyene Marling as she reviews the most noteworthy trends from the 2022 BCM Trends Report and how you can utilize the data findings to assess your own program strategies and goals.
Cheyene is a global leader with over 20 years dedicated expertise specializing in the business continuity profession. She founded BC Management, Inc. in 2000, and she is responsible for overseeing staffing strategies and data research analytics for clients globally in addition to providing career assessments and coaching expertise. She previously served on the board for the Association of Continuity Professionals (ACP) of Los Angeles and Orange County in addition to the National Board for the ACP. Currently, she is an active professional on the Editorial Advisory Board for Continuity Insights and the DRJ Mentor Advisory Board. Cheyene was also the recipient of the inaugural ACP Hall of Fame award in 2006 and in 2010 she was awarded an Honorary MBCI by the Business Continuity Institute (BCI).