In terms of bang for the buck, not all business continuity activities are created equal. One of the most valuable ways BC practitioners can spend their time is making sure their organizations can truly execute on their manual workarounds. Rehearsing Your Plan B Due to the complexity of BC methodology, many aspects of the field have the potential to become time sinks. It’s not hard to spend hundreds of hours a year doing BIAs, gap analyses, risk assessments, developing recovery strategies, and writing recovery plans.  Pursued purposefully, these are all worthwhile activities. However, there is one activity most BC offices…
Business Continuity Community Mourns the Loss of a Colleague
The business continuity community has suffered a terrible loss. Sue Hornstra, a current member of the Disaster Recovery Journal Editorial...
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Leadership Series: Success in the First 90 Days
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the first in a series of business continuity-related leadership articles from Nita Kohli, exclusively on www.drj.com....
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Preparing For a BIA
So, you’ve convinced management to let you conduct a BIA. Congratulations! However, if you are tempted to immediately jump in...
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Turn Your Staff into a BCM Dream Team
Enroll Your Entire Team in DRJ Academy’s Business Continuity Primer Course Do you have executive authority for business continuity and...
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