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Developing a high-performance BCM program for your organization starts with you. As the BCM leader, you are the person responsible for the fate and direction of your program. The program’s success depends on your ability to strategically and tactically guide your team’s current and future efforts. One of the most important things you must do in leading a BCM team is to develop an understanding of your personal strengths and weaknesses, and then either improve your weak areas or delegate those tasks to other people. This is a lesson I learned the hard way. In the early days of my…
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