Perhaps you’re in charge of safety, business continuity, disaster recovery planning, or even communications at your company. You’re convinced resilience technology could help you manage your function more effectively. However, you’re not quite sure how to go about getting this concept approved and over the goal line. If any of this sounds familiar, here are four steps to help you secure buy-in from your stakeholders and guide you along the way: 1. Understand the Problem You’re Trying to Solve If you can’t clearly articulate the problem you’re trying to solve, you’ll likely face resistance in getting your project approved. Remember,…
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