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As the saying goes, “It doesn’t matter what road you take if you don’t know where you are going.” For many business continuity management (BCM) programs, not knowing the destination is the norm rather than the exception. The BCM staff at many organizations go about their day-to-day business with no roadmap of strategic and tactical steps they need to take to heighten the sophistication and capability of their BCM program over time. The lack of a roadmap leaves teams and stakeholders with no direction, prioritization, targets, common understanding, or shared ownership of the plan for the program. The message sent…

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‘Other Duties As Assigned’
An Argument for Relationship-Building to Build Business Continuity Programs   People have a hard time imagining what could happen when...
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Ask the Executive with Al Davis
Al Davis is currently the chief risk officer at Nelnet, a public company with more than $23 billion in assets....
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The Six Core Ingredients Every Program Needs
To Achieve the Right Level of Resiliency We’ve helped to build and run hundreds of high-performing business continuity programs. One...
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