Donald C. Fisher, Ph.D.
Since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, America has made great strides in improving homeland security. Fisher's comprehensive and hands-on manual, based on the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award Criteria, helps organizations measure their overall alignment and integration of key processes with homeland security issues. These are issues that both public and private organizations must address in order to ensure a safe work environment for their employees, suppliers, partners, and customers. The CD-ROM that comes with the book includes self-assessment scoring documents and questions to ask that provide valuable insights when analyzing an organization. Plan and budget forms are included which allow assessment results to be transformed into a strategic plan with costs identified for each objective, strategy, and action item. Security personnel will find this book an invaluable resource when measuring an organization's overall vulnerability to corporate sabotage and terrorist attacks.
Reviewed in Security Management