Business continuity is much more than making plans to deal with disasters and disruptions. It’s an integral part of a broader resilience effort—not just during a crisis, but continuously, through all the ups and downs of normal operations.

Pairing the strategic nature of operational resilience with business continuity offers an opportunity to connect the strategic and tactical. The knowledge gained by pairing these efforts also creates better business cases to invest in resilience because resilience gaps easily map to product and services, as well as customers and the marketplace.

Leverage the tools provided in this fully customizable template to evaluate your organization across the five key drivers to invest and determine your unique business case for investing in a business continuity and resilience capability.

BC Business Case Worksheet

Within, we summarize the five key drivers that lead most organizations to invest in a business continuity and resilience capability:

  • External Drivers
  • Impact Categories
  • Revenue at Risk
  • Vulnerability to Disruption
  • Current-State Capability

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