Common Training Topics

Business Continuity

  • Audit and compliance
  • Continuity capabilities
  • Executive engagement
  • Faster time-to-value
  • Participant engagement
  • Recovery capabilities

Organizational Resilience

  • Case studies and research
  • Creative crews
  • Flexible capital
  • Culture of experimentation
  • Exponential leadership

Program Planning

  • Benchmarking and KPIs
  • Major milestones
  • Program scope and schedule
  • Proven practices
  • Resource estimations

Strategic Planning

  • Agile, Entrepreneurship, Lean, Motivation 3.0, etc.
  • Corporate culture alignment
  • Employee retention
  • Enterprise expectations and success criteria
  • Future state mapping
  • Stakeholder assessments

Typical Schedule

Month One

(2-4 hours)


Discuss problems and needs; determine goals and objectives; set a game plan; schedule sessions.

Month Two

(12+ hours)


Participate in facilitated strategy sessions
(often 3-6 half-day breakouts or multiple 90-minute meetings).

Month Three

(1-3 hours)

Action Plan

Analyze results; determine next outcomes; assign resources; set milestones and success measures.

Fortune 100
Fortune 500
Small & Med.

Volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous.

Organizations that do not embrace change and evolve will die.

Flexible and caring.

The next decade will require a corporate culture that is more caring, creative, empowering, flexible, an innivative than ever.

Wicked problems require new capabilities if you have a chance at solving them before your competitors.

A more practical and flexible approach in adapting to the changing business continuity landscape.

Training participant

A BC solution that fits the rest of your speedy business. Adaptive BC focuses more on value-chains than obsolete processes of documentation. Their focus on value fits the rest of the organization's efforts to reduce waste and add value.

Training participant