ResilientBCM – Keeping the ball in play
How do you ensure that the time and money spent on business continuity is yielding the desired results? Karen Humphris, senior advisory manager at ContinuitySA, looks at the subject and provides a checklist of 12 critical BCM success factors.
As business continuity management (BCM) becomes more important as a way to mitigate risk and create peace of mind, ensuring the money and time spent on BCM yields the desired results is critical. Organizations need to be certain that the BCM programme they have in place is realistic, and that it will work. One of the best ways of answering these questions is to measure how mature the BCM plan and capability actually is.
Measuring, as we all know, is the first and vital step to managing anything.
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