Call for Content: ACP to Publish Book of Members’ Best Practices
Where does one go for the best of best practices in business continuity, disaster recovery and emergency management? To the brain trust of our profession – ACP! As a member of ACP, you’ve demonstrated a commitment to excellence in professional practice, and to learning through the exchange of the knowledge that keeps you at the top of your area of expertise.We are creating a book of our best practices, and we want to include your contributions to this undertaking. Specifically, ACP will collect and publish best practices by its members. This is an exceptional opportunity for you to be published in what is sure to be a respected source of knowledge for anyone in this profession.
- The publication will be peer reviewed
- Content needs to be objective descriptions of real life applications of bestpractices – what worked and how
- No commercial content i.e. marketing a specific product or service, etc.
- Contentthat has been or is being submitted for publication elsewhere will not be accepted
- Due date: July 15, 2016
Please log-in to the members section of the ACP website to see the full list of submission requirements. It is on the members home page. We look forward to showcasing your work and successes!
Mark your Calendar - San Francisco Chapter ACP Virtual Monthly Meeting on May 10th
Greetings ACP Member!Please join us for this month's virtual membership meeting for the latest chapter news and take part in our presentation on Supply Chain Risk Management and Resiliency considerations. Please RSVP by noon May 10th for your link to this month's meeting. We look forward to your attendance and participation!
1:00 pm Welcome
1:05 pm ACP Chapter Announcements
1:25 pm Keynote Speaker Introduction & Presentation: Supply Chain Risk and Resiliency by Brooke Fan of Encore Associates
2:25 pm Closing Remarks
2:30 pm Meeting Close
Join Brooke Fan, a consultant with Encore Associates, as she enlightens our chapter with a thought-provoking presentation on why to consider supply chain risk management for organizational preparedness and emergency response. Whether you are in finance, government or technology...in for-profit or not-for-profit...in a large organization or start-up, you will walk away with a new perspective and desire to revisit how you think supply chain risk! Do you want to improve your organization's emergency response capabilities? Have you really considered all there is to consider? Can you navigate through your organization and quickly gain support that leads to action? Come join us and adjust your perspective - it just may save your organization!
Brooke comes to us with over 10 years of retail and 5 years of healthcare experience in supply chain optimization and business continuity work. Brooke's background includes program development, operational execution and she oversees process and programs with high degrees of risk, complexity and organizational impact.
Please RSVP by noon on May 10th (direct link - https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sf-acp-2016-may-virtual-membership-meeting-tickets-21813767566). Dial-in information and your link to this event will be sent in email prior to the meeting.