Ugh! Sometimes managing business continuity and organizational resilience feels like you missed the meeting and were elected in absentia. Don't worry. This fun and educational powerpoint presentation can help guide you in what you need to know to begin business continuity or organizational resilience planning in 5 easy steps, such as:
Building engagement is a challenge for almost every organization when it comes to business continuity planning. Sometimes it seems like it would be easier to do the whole plan alone, but we all know that in order to be effective, the organizational resilience plan needs to have input from all parts of the organization.
There are 3 approaches that risk managers and continuity managers consider when trying to build engagement. They are fear, framework, reinforce and support. There are benefits to all, but which approach has the most lasting and productive impact for building enterprise engagement of your business continuity planning process? Here are my thoughts on these 3 approaches. You can decide which works best for your program.
- Approach 1: Fear
- Appraoch 2: Framework
- Approach 3: Reinforce & Support