Business Continuity Management: Choosing to survive shows you how to systematically prepare your business, not only for the unthinkable, but also for smaller incidents which, if left unattended, could well lead to major disasters. A business continuity management (BCM) program is critical for every business today, and this book will enable you to develop and implement yours to maximum effect. An effective BCM program will enable you to carry on ‘business as usual’ in the event of an incident. It will also have a positive impact on the day-to-day running of your business. You will see improved organizational performance, experience improved stakeholder confidence, benefit from competitive advantages, realize financial savings and enjoy increased profits.With specific reference to ISO22301, ANSI/ASIS SPC.1-2009, ISO27031 and ISO/IEC 24762, this up-to-date, practical resource will guide you through all the elements of a BCM program, plans and implementations. It covers all the critical elements of your business, from people and premises to technology and facilities management.
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