BCM Specialist Series
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BCM Specialist Series Books
Goh, Moh Heng (2014): A Manager's Guide to Supply Chain Business Continuity Management, 196 pages.
This book is written for those who are new to Supply Chain Business Continuity Management (SC BCM) and a reference for practitioners, who are assigned to initiate the BC planning (BCP) project in their organization focusing on the Supply Chain for Business Continuity Management. It also served as a guide for organization who wish to integrate their BCP with their Supply Chain It applies the author’s experiences in getting several clients’ organizations to successfully achieve their BCM implementation. This book is also specially arranged to guide you through the SC BCM implementation process.
Goh, Moh Heng (2014): A Manager’s Guide to Crisis Management, 208 pages.
This book will provide an overview on how a CM framework is developed, how it related to business continuity management, how to categorize, analyse and assess types of crises and how to identify, prioritize and implement crisis strategy. Readers will be taught on how crisis management team are established and the implementation of alternative responses and procedures to a crisis.
Goh, Moh Heng (2013): A Manager’s Guide to ISO 22301 Standard for Business Continuity Management Systems (LITE), 65 pages.
Learn to implement the ISO 22301:2012 framework, principles and methodologies. Using the PDCA component as spelled out in the ISO Standard, this book provides a clear explanation of the standard and details on the “How-to” aspect in implementing your BCM program and BC Plans and procedures.
This book provides you with the principles of BCM planning methodologies, and shows you how to apply them in developing an effective and detailed Pandemic Influenza business continuity plan. It also includes a practical “fast track” how-to-do-it template to assist persons without previous experience in business continuity planning in preparing their own pandemic flu business continuity plans.
Goh, Moh Heng (2009): A Manager’s Guide to SS540 Singapore Standard for BCM, 208 pages.
This book is written for those who are new to Business Continuity Management and also serves as a reference for practitioners who are assigned to initiate the BC planning project in their organization using the Singapore Standard SS540 for Business Continuity Management. It applies the author’s experience as part of the Singapore Standard development and also as a seasoned BCM professional, to guide you through the BCM implementation process.
Goh, Moh Heng (2010): A Manager's Guide to Auditing and Reviewing Your Business Continuity Management Program, 172 pages.
This book prepares you to apply the framework, principles and methodologies for reviewing and auditing a BC plan. It uses the writer’s experience to enable you to review and Audit your BCM Program using the four simple stage approach. The book includes practical easy-to-use questionnaires which could be easily tailored as audit programs and templates to assist you in auditing and reviewing your business continuity program, Business Continuity Management System (BCMS) and BC plans.
Goh, Moh Heng (2010): A Manager's Guide to Managing and Implementing Your IT Disaster Recovery Plan, 208 pages.
This book will assist you in conceptualizing and developing your IT Disaster Recovery plan. You will learn how to identify and evaluate IT risks, business impacts due to the risks, DR requirements and its prioritizations. At the same time, it provides a structural development approach that will save time and cost for developing a cost-effective DR plan that addresses all aspects of the business requirements for IT services.
Goh, Moh Heng (2011): A Manager’s Guide to BS25999 British Standard for BCM, 162 pages.
This book is written for those who are new to Business Continuity Management and also serves as a reference for practitioners who are assigned to initiate the BC planning project in their organization using the British Standard BS25999 for Business Continuity Management. It applies the author’s experience in assisting his client to successful achieve their BCM implementation and BS25999 certification.