AIA's Architect’s Guide to Business Continuity
New AIA resource provides guidance for firm resiliency.
In an effort to assist architecture firms with navigating adverse business conditions, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) is releasing a new resource: Architect’s Guide to Business Continuity. The guide provides firm leaders with insights into managing staff, premises, technology, information, supply chains, stakeholders, and reputation, so a firm can continue to provide services, generate revenue, and reduce the consequences of business interruption. Read More and Download
Ramp the Recovery
As the pandemic that has flattened our world ebbs, recovery planning and execution will be critical. Tools that enable situational awareness, information sharing, and monitoring of the rapidly changing environment through open source intelligence is going to be important and will have an enormous impact on design strategies and execution for new facility construction and retrofit projects. In this webinar, we’ll look at how professionals involved in designing, engineering, constructing, and operating laboratory facilities can move toward a more rapid resurgence as they plan for the future.
Hope for the Best, Plan for the Worst: Key Steps to Prepare Your Company for Anything
In this webinar, you will learn from Christopher Duffy, a noted Organizational Resiliency specialist, as he shares his expertise on being prepared for anything in these ever-changing times. Key takeaways will include:
• How to identify different types of risk any company can face
• How to objectively prioritize processes, technology, vendors, and realistic time frames
• How to build relevant strategies for continued operations