Friday, November 27, 2009

Thanksgiving surprise


My pre-Thanksgiving surprise from my boss was that I was left off the 2010 budget.

Translation: I am looking for a new "home." Preferably - and that IS the "operative word" - working in a staff or staff consulting job preferably - that word again - in, or from southeast Florida; however, all opportunities will be considered.

In as few words as possible:

Enterprise Risk Management - Business Continuity defined

Enterprise Risk Management, a/k/a Business Continuity identifies profit centers, and all related internal and external, processes. Enterprise Risk Management looks at all potential threats to a process from inception (e.g., proposal) to completion (e.g., payment received), identifies means to avoid or mitigate the threats, and prioritizes preventive actions. Additionally, Enterprise Risk Management develops plans to respond to threats if they occur, creates a process to maintain the plan, and creates response exercises to assure efficient, expeditious, and economical recovery if a disaster event occurs. Enterprise Risk Management is, in 3 words, a business survival program.
In brief

Experience More than 13 years creating programs and complete plans for Defense, Energy Exploration, Financial, Fortune 100, Government, Insurance, International, and Transportation organizations
Certification Member, Business Continuity Institute since 2004
Initially certified by The Harris Institute in 1999
Plan types Enterprise, Key Business Unit, IT-specific
Management Diplomatic manager and mentor to personnel at all levels
Managed 47 sites in 17 states from virtual office in Florida
As many as 20 direct reports; unknown number of indirect reports
Presentation Present Enterprise Risk Management/Business Continuity to personnel of all levels, individually and in groups
Related skills Emergency Management
Crisis Management
Documentation: all program and project documents from proposal to final deliverable; marketing materials, proposals, policies & procedures, public relations; technical documentation, user guides, and journalism
Publications Published twice-a-year in the leading quarterly professional journal, frequently published by other professional publications; occasionally published in trade and general media (Publications list)
Other Disaster Recovery Journal (DRJ) Editorial Review Board
Active member, DRJ Forums and Blogs
Maintain professional Web presence and professional blog
Citizenship United States, evidenced by active U.S. passport
Travel Extensive job-related domestic and international travel welcome
Availability Two weeks from employment confirmation
Resume A detailed resume and list of references is available upon request
JohnGlennMBCI @ or 1.727.542.7843


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