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Enterprise Risk Management and Business Continuity Planning: Separate but complementary

In the past few years, many have debated whether risk management and Business continuity are interrelated, different views have come up, Some say risk management encompasses business continuity, others say they work hand in hand and there are those that do not agree with the hierarchy in which they follow. In contrast, some argue that …

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Assess, Change and Transform (ACT) to Improve your condition us

At SCL, we provide organizational Toolkits and Educative Workshops to stop revenue leakages, sell more, raise employee morale and transform your organization by helping you identify and remove the corporate ‘fat’. Corporate fat like lack of staff morale, bloated payroll, frauds and poor strategy execution lead to inefficiency and stagnating growth. All our approaches focus …

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Business Continuity Plan/Disaster Recovery (ISO 22301) implementation

In May 2014, the Chief Executive of one of the manufacturing Companies received a call that the factory was on fire. By the time Uganda Police Fire Brigade responded, the critical parts of the machinery were all lost in the inferno, with an estimated loss of US$ 1m. Despite having Insurance coverage, it took over …

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Role of the board in Business Continuity Planning and Disaster Recovery (BCP/ DR)

No company should get ready. It should stay ready. That way, there are no surprises. The case of fire at one of Toyota offices in Kampala that led to loss of a brand-new car worth over US $100,000 to fire is still. Indeed, many disasters have happened and caused some businesses to collapse altogether. The …

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Business Continuity Plan/Disaster Recovery (Iso 22301) Implementation

In May 2014, the Chief Executive of one of the manufacturing Companies received a call that the factory was on fire. By the time Uganda Police Fire Brigade responded, the critical parts of the machinery were all lost in the inferno, with an estimated loss of US$ 1m. Despite having Insurance coverage, it took over …

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