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One of the most common concerns raised by business continuity managers is the difficulty of getting senior management support. In this article Brad Law MBCI, provides five ideas for making progress in this tricky area.
It seems nowadays that most of our working hours are spent in meetings, writing emails, calling back those voicemails and working on that endless proposal that you know is already 15 slides too long. So the last thing on your mind is trying to convince your boss that a resilient and concise business continuity plan is something ‘we should focus on this quarter’ and, let’s face it, they’re thinking the same thing too. However, maybe it’s time to ponder how you and your boss would cope without a task orientated, simple to use, business continuity plan. Below are my five tips on where to start and how to finish that conversation:
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