So, you’ve convinced management to let you conduct a BIA. Congratulations! However, if you are tempted to immediately jump in and start setting up interviews, I hope you will hold on for a moment. A proper business impact analysis requires preparation. You wouldn’t jump into a body of water without changing into swim trunks – or at least taking everything out of your pockets – and similar measures are required before you start on a BIA. Preparing for a BIA is critical to its success. In this article, we’re going to outline the prep work required to conduct a solid…
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