Build and implement strong business continuity metrics that engage executives, drive action, and enable you to clearly articulate the value of your business continuity program.
Topic: Business Continuity
Crisis management planning establishes and documents the framework within which the organization makes decisions on how to respond to an incident that impacts (or has the potential to significantly impact) the organization.
A key output of the business continuity planning process, plans are documented steps that help companies respond to and recover from a business disruption.
Whether your goal is to align to the standard or pursue certification, Implementing ISO 22301 will serve as your road map for success.
In this white paper, you’ll learn about the global workforce’s effect on your supply chain, including the impacts of COVID-19 and how you can proactively plan to avoid disruption.
The Pandemic Reopening Toolkit is designed to help you resume normal business operations following a pandemic event or wave of a pandemic.
What is business continuity? Everything you need to know about successfully building a business continuity program in your organization.
When done well, the BIA confirms program scope, provides clarity on response and recovery strategies and spend, and captures preliminary plan content.
Data shows that if you want to get hired, stay hired, and grow professionally you need to understand what skills and competencies employers are seeking.
The BCOS book will be published in early 2021. In the interim, please enjoy this complimentary preview to find out what the best do differently to achieve success.
The Pandemic Plan Template is designed to guide you through the steps and procedures necessary to successfully respond to and recover from a pandemic-specific disruption.
The business impact analysis template is designed to help you capture all the essential information for a departmental BIA.
This white paper provides a structure for developing and reviewing your organization’s pandemic plan.