Crisis Management: Why Boards Need to Focus on Business Continuity Plans
A carefully thought-out business continuity and disaster recovery plan is therefore crucial to ensure operational stability in trying times. Learn how to create an effective business continuity plan that will help your company become more resilient and get through any crisis.
Remote work is an emerging trend which continues to gather momentum in the business world. New technology permits workers to fulfill their everyday duties without being restricted by geographic location.
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Paper-based board meetings. It’s difficult to associate the phrase with much other than a forlorn company secretary furiously scribbling away in a room of equally despondent directors eager to sign an attendance register.
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BCP for Starters
THE FIRST STEP OF BUSINESS CONTINUITY
PLANS Crafting a business continuity plan begins with assessing what external threats can possibly be faced by your organization. This ensures that you’re prepared with whatever can happen, whenever it will happen.
The next thing that will disrupt business operations is not so much a matter of “if” it will happen; it is a matter of “when” it will happen. As businesses are challenged to stayready in times wherein the notion of “business as usual” is