The Continuity 2.0 manifesto
- Published: Wednesday, 23 September 2015 08:40
The nine principles are:
- Deliver continuous value
- Document only for mnemonics
- Engage at many levels within the organization
- Exercise for improvement, not for testing
- Learn the business
- Measure and benchmark
- Obtain incremental direction from leadership
- Omit the risk assessment and business impact analysis
- Prepare for effects, not causes.
Lindstedt and Armour have developed the Continuity 2.0 in response to their view that traditional approaches to business continuity planning have become increasingly ineffectual.