ResilientBCM – Keeping the ball in play
Once an organization has developed its business impact analysis (BIA) and its risk assessment, it has, according to ISO 22301:2012, to determine an appropriate business continuity strategy (BCS) to be able to resume and recover prioritized activities, at a specified minimum acceptable level. This has to be done taking into consideration the time within which the impacts of not resuming the activities would become unacceptable. The development of a BCS is probably one of the most complicated steps in building a business continuity management system (BCMS). An appropriate BCS demands the usage of a methodological approach and creative thinking. In this article the author presents a methodology for developing an effective BCS and the managerial aspects which need to be considered to stimulate a creative thinking environment.
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