Infographic: 5 ways to assure optimal outcomes from your resilience plan


Are you getting optimal outcomes for your organizational resilience & business continuity plans?  Do you even have a way to measure this?  Don't worry, we have a short infographic that can show you the 5 things you need to consider when managing a disaster recovery & organizational resilience program.

This infographic demonstrates these 5 critical components:

  1. Design for repeatability
  2. Anticipate change
  3. The roles in the enterprise
  4. Build engagement
  5. Analytics
    Contact Us

Here is our visual take on 5 must haves for optimal outcomes!

5-reasons-ways-to-assure-optimal-outcomes-for-continuity-plan.jpg

 

Don't forget to track & analyze!  Staying on top of your plan not only helps you maintain a dynamic business continuity plan, it also gives you the opportunity to report your success to your entire enterprise.  Let everyone know how resilient the organization is.



CONCLUSION:

Yes, we know there is a lot more involved in a resilience program & don't worry, we plan on addressing every single one in future blog posts.  So for now, be sure to include these 5 components.

If you would like more information on the most flexible & dynamic business continuity & organizational resilience planning software, be sure to check out Sustainable Planner.

Contact Us



 

organizational resilience, business continuity, building engagement, disaster recovery

Recent Posts

Infographic: 5 ways to assure optimal outcomes from your resilience plan

Are you getting optimal outcomes for your organizational resilience & business continuity plans?  Do you even have a way to measure this?  Don't worry, we have a short infographic that can show yo... Read More

Business Continuity Exercise Planning Example

Conducting Business Continuity Planning (BCP) exercises are a well-known means of validating BCP plans and engaging an organization in assessing their response to business disruptive events. One of th... Read More

Outsourcing Business Continuity Planning

Most businesses today rely heavily on their IT systems to access and store vital data that is needed to complete daily tasks. Computers, servers, files, communication tools, and more help modern enter... Read More