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Management Systems concepts have been included in nearly every business continuity standard written in the last six years – including ISO 22301 – but remain relatively unknown in our profession.  This workshop will introduce management systems processes and their unique benefit of forcing/enabling alignment with your executives’ and customers’ expectations.  Management systems processes include defining scope and objectives, engaging management and other interested parties, identifying business continuity obligations, documenting a policy, establishing personnel competencies, performing recurring internal audits and management reviews, managing corrective actions – and above all, continual improvement. Workshop attendees will come away with an understanding of management…
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