Training and Exercising are only part of a much fuller organisational capability development process.
We are delighted to announce the launch of Deltar Strategic, a table-top exercising platform that we are delivering in partnership with Be-Strategic, a world leading Israeli technology company that specialises in developing training programmes for complex organisations.
The Deltar Strategic platform allows organisations to exercise and test their communication, information exchange and decision-making procedures in controlled environments, seeing where their own systems create predictable failure points. It allows players to observe their own real-time responses, and to match that against expected outcomes.
The programme comes with a full analytical support system that allows captured data to be seen in multiple formats. The platform can be configured for any scenario and any environment, from the simplest to the most complex. It can also be delivered in multiple languages.
Training And Exercising
– The Integrated Approach
A structured and progressive approach to organisational capability development allows any organisation to maximise the benefit it gets at every level – individual, team, department and enterprise – and to ensure that everyone in the organisation has a clear understanding both of their own roles and the overarching organisational methods and objectives within a potential or actual crisis event.
Effective crisis management capability – in fact, all aspects of security and risk management, whatever its nature – can only be truly effective if it includes ownership and engagement from all stakeholders. That is as true of the use of pass-cards as it is of enterprise level crisis management.
A reality we must face.
When it comes to crisis management, it’s something organizations would rather not think about, but it’s a reality we must face, with the rise of natural disasters, cyber threats, security threats, and pending regulatory changes. Most organizations have an SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) or an expected reaction in the face of the unexpected.
The question is - will they know how to activate it in the moment?
Statistics show that when the chips are down, the majority of organizations fail to manage a disaster in the right way. The price? Loss of reputation, loss of sales, loss of funds and in the worst cases - loss of life.
a computerized crisis simulation that helps organizations face potential disasters and deal with them in “simulated” real time - better preparing for the “real thing.”
- Simulates decision making scenarios focusing on real life interactions.
- Presents real time analytics and insights to enhance managers and organizations decision making processes.
- Compares real decision making processes to “anticipated” decision making.
- Understands why players act like they do.
- Helps improve procedures and take measures to be better prepared.