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Taking Care of Business: How to Write a Business Recovery Plan

MHA Consulting

Last time, we looked at how to write recovery plans to protect your organization’s computer systems and applications. In today’s post we’re going to lay out how to write plans … The post Taking Care of Business: How to Write a Business Recovery Plan appeared first on MHA Consulting.

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The Science and Art of Writing a Recovery Plan

MHA Consulting

There are two main aspects to writing a business recovery plan: The science of knowing what to include and the art of writing the content. Today’s blog takes a look … The post The Science and Art of Writing a Recovery Plan appeared first on MHA Consulting.

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Adapting in an uncertain world 

Crisis Response Journal

Evie Whatling and Gareth Black from Ricardo write that adaptive capacity, business recovery and long-term planning are going to be crucial in our changing world, and announce how to access their free webinar on living with Covid-19. By Evie Whatling, Gareth Black

Capacity 100
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Write or Wrong: Five Common BCM Documentation Mistakes 

MHA Consulting

Further Reading The 4-3-3 Rule for Writing Business Recovery Checklists Plan B: As the Recovery Plan Fades, What Will Take Its Place? Quality documentation, when done right, is a valuable asset that enhances an organization’s ability to recover from disruptions and improve overall resilience.

BCM 101
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Judgement day

Oz's Business Continuity Blog

The last few weeks have been quite busy – and, at times, a teeny bit stressful. I’ve prepared and facilitated four crisis management and business recovery exercises (two of which included actors and journalists and mock TV and radio news […].

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Why is so hard to engage an IT Organization???

Stratogrid Advisory

If excluded, IT may put the emphasis on the recovery of IT components that are not aligned with business recovery requirements. A result will be delayed service/function recovery and potential breach of business requirements (e.g. In conclusion, business continuity planning is an organization-wide activity.

BCM 52
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Why is so hard to engage an IT Organization???

Stratogrid Advisory

If excluded, IT may put the emphasis on the recovery of IT components that are not aligned with business recovery requirements. A result will be delayed service/function recovery and potential breach of business requirements (e.g. In conclusion, business continuity planning is an organization-wide activity.

BCM 52