Building A Preparedness Program…like Building a Skyscraper?
I attended the Virginia Governor’s Campus Preparedness conference last week and had an interesting discussion with one of the attendees. We were talking about how building preparedness across an organization or an entire campus is becoming more complex and more difficult due to escalating challenges, regulations, obligations, liabilities and much more. As our discussion continued, we started talking about how important tools can be when building campus-wide preparedness programs. In reference to whether tools can make a difference, I offered the following analogy: Could a skyscraper be built using a hammer, a saw and some nails? The attendee responded quickly, yes the skyscraper couldRead More →