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An Argument for Relationship-Building to Build Business Continuity Programs   People have a hard time imagining what could happen when it has not yet happened.  Imagining and working on a plan to recover from a possible disruption that has not happened before is not typically part of an accountant’s job – accountants work with hard concrete numbers and specific accounting principles.  Imagining is not part of a line manager’s job – they work with defined processes, detailed specifications and work procedures, and deadlines – no time to plan for some hypothetical risk that may or may not happen!  A vice…

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