Research by Andrew Archibald

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Lessons and best practices identified by Canadian organizations and subject matter experts from the 2009 H1N1 pandemic that can be used to enhance corporate and community resiliency...
The Conference Board of Canada | 48 pages | July 2011 | by Andrew Archibald, John Neily, Nicole Stewart
In this report, The Conference Board’s Centre for National Security takes an in-depth look at three supply chain disruptions and studies the consequences for supply chain security...
The Conference Board of Canada | 42 pages | October 2010 | by Andrew Archibald, Bjorn Rutten
On June 11, 2009, the World Health Organization declared the first pandemic since 1968. The outbreak has surprised almost everyone—and the surprises may not be over. While not...
The Conference Board of Canada | Recorded Webinar | October 2009 | by Andrew Archibald
The H1N1 virus is the world’s first pandemic in over 40 years and Canadian organizations must act quickly to prepare themselves for the next waves of the virus.
The Conference Board of Canada | 27 pages | July 2009 | by Andrew Archibald, Michael Bassett, Trefor Munn-Venn
In a security or public safety crisis, those managing the response must ensure all stakeholders are treated fairly. Four principles have been identified to guide decisions on what...
The Conference Board of Canada | 40 pages | June 2009 | by Andrew Archibald, Gilles Rheaume
This report, one of a series, focuses specifically on the principle of cooperation and coordination, and identifies opportunities for action that organizations can take when responding...
The Conference Board of Canada | 29 pages | April 2009 | by Andrew Archibald, Gilles Rheaume
This report focuses on ways to establish effective leadership during emergencies. It acknowledges that crises are becoming increasingly complex, requiring responses from many organizations...
The Conference Board of Canada | 40 pages | March 2008 | by Andrew Archibald, Trefor Munn-Venn
This report outlines six key principles Canadian public and private sector organizations need to focus on to ensure they can respond effectively to national security and public...
The Conference Board of Canada | 36 pages | October 2007 | by Andrew Archibald, Trefor Munn-Venn
This report describes the factors that led to the collapse of good governance in New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina, and outlines lessons Canada’s private and public sectors...
The Conference Board of Canada | 35 pages | February 2007 | by Andrew Archibald, Trefor Munn-Venn
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