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Timing: have a plan, but don’t wait for it to be ‘perfect’ before beginning an exercise strategy Successful drills and exercises are built from functional crisis, emergency and business continuity management plans. What does that mean? An effective exercise is the result of plans that are usable, in-progress, and somewhat up to date. So if the last person to touch the plan retired five years ago, it’s best to put a hold on any drills or exercises. Go back to the basics, re-draft the plan, and then think of an exercise strategy. Clear objectives based on the business continuity plan…
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