Tag Archives: Disruption

Pensions + the Media (II); sanitised disruption?

Ironically, the only article that I had rejected by the press last year, was an article on how pension people should deal with the press. The magazine I’d been asked to write for was not one that I read so … Continue reading

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It’s a lot harder than that – Mr Bee!

Pensions are hard – you cannot disrupt them into being easy I’ve been accused of not taking pensions seriously, Hugh Pym, then the BBC’s chief economics correspondent, smiled indulgently and reminded me that the BBC couldn’t mention an organisation called Pension PlayPen … Continue reading

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Disruption – is how social media regulates

In the context of Business continuity management, Disruption is an event which causes an “unplanned, negative deviation from the expected delivery … according to the organization’s objectives”. In this blog, I argue that disruption is part of the governance process … Continue reading

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