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Building Your Plan Often Starts With Your People

Written by  BOB ARNOLD

In today’s world, there are plenty of social, economic, and political uncertainties. Businesses are constantly confronted with an ever-increasing list of risks to address. These range from high-impact, unpredictable, and sometimes even rare events. That’s why it’s extremely important to have processes and plans already in place to minimize risk, to protect employees, and to ensure there is the least amount of downtime as possible. Business continuity professionals are interested in learning the answers to topics like these:How do professionals use lessons learned to improve resiliency? What are the latest technologies that are changing the way professionals address business continuity and disaster recovery? What are some of the macro trends professionals should expect and plan for in the next 5-10 years? How are innovations such as robotics and other technologies impacting BC and DR planning? How does your current crisis management program compare to others? How does a company secure an executive champion and budget for