Monthly Archives: November 2012

Hurricane Sandy and Contingency Planning

When our CEO David Walsh began working on a contingency planning article for the November issue of Life Science Leader magazine, Hurricane Isaac was making its way through the Caribbean with its path of destruction destined for Haiti, Cuba and eventually New Orleans, Louisiana. I watched at the end of August as the 9th named […]

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A Leap of Faith

What if I put on a pressurised space suit with a parachute, got in a capsule attached to an enormous helium balloon, floated up 24 miles above the Earth and then stepped out of the capsule? I think almost anyone’s first reaction to that idea would be to say, “You’re crazy!” You’d have to live under a rock […]

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The 5 Steps Of Contingency Planning

Success sometimes reflects of the number of calculated risks we’re willing to take both personally and professionally. That’s why contingency planning is so important — it allows active risk management and proactive preparation rather than reactive decisions when faced with an emergency, which can result in failure. The following are the five basic steps of […]

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Holiday Office Schedule 2012

   

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