This is the stage of the Business Continuity Management Lifecycle where Plans are developed to meet organizational requirements.
Implementing anything new is extremely difficult when everyone is too busy to focus on the bigger picture. However, it is important to consider Business Continuity to ensure you are properly prepared and taking the necessary steps to promote organizational resilience.
So, how do you manage the complexities of working in a large, dynamic organization while encouraging proactive engagement with Business Continuity?
Scott Baldwin, CBCP, MBCI explains how he embeds ownership, engagement and empowerment within the business while managing the complexities of:
- Multiple Disciplines
- Adapting to changing business dynamics
If you want to start preparing your plans – take a look at BCP Builder’s Business Continuity Plan Template.