Tag Archive: Olympics 2012

What do the World Cup and the Olympics have in common?

There’s an interesting article over on Continuity Central about the Business Continuity lessons that were learned from holding the FIFA World Cup in South Africa. I think the same lessons serve as a timely warning for any business in the South East of England. Possibly farther afield in fact, as events are being held in…

Will London grind to a halt during the Olympics?

Nobody who lives or works in London needs to be told about the precarious nature of its transport infrastructure. As a onetime regular user of the Victoria and Circle Lines I know only too well how crushed trains get at peak times and how immediate is the effect of the slightest disruption to the normal…

Tag Archive: Olympics 2012

What do the World Cup and the Olympics have in common?

There’s an interesting article over on Continuity Central about the Business Continuity lessons that were learned from holding the FIFA World Cup in South Africa. I think the same lessons serve as a timely warning for any business in the South East of England. Possibly farther afield in fact, as events are being held in…

Will London grind to a halt during the Olympics?

Nobody who lives or works in London needs to be told about the precarious nature of its transport infrastructure. As a onetime regular user of the Victoria and Circle Lines I know only too well how crushed trains get at peak times and how immediate is the effect of the slightest disruption to the normal…