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If you talk with continuity professionals, you will often hear similar concerns about business leaders who have no visibility into or interest in continuity risks, continuity programs that are arbitrarily moved around the organization, stakeholders who simply check boxes, or continuity priorities not being linked to the organization’s strategic objectives or mission. Sound familiar? With all the certifications and expertise in the continuity profession, why do these issues persist? Could it be a result of how organizations are directed and controlled? Could it be weak governance over risk management? Theoretically, organizations are incentivized to mitigate risks that could affect their…

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