The Ultimate Business Continuity Toolkit

Planning and counseling for business continuity are difficult tasks. We, therefore, wanted to provide you with rapid access to FREE solutions to aid with your company's disaster recovery, business continuity, and organizational resilience. It always pays to have readily available information, whether you are a BC novice or one of the original creators of BCM and organizational resilience. Make sure to save this page for later and tell your friends and coworkers in BC about it. Get in touch with Virtual Corporation right now if you want more details on business continuity management.

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1.  Free (really) business continuity PPTs

PPT presentations are a terrific approach to demonstrating your business continuity through leadership and are a quick way to learn. For your resource library, here are four free PowerPoint presentations:

 

2.  White Paper: Building an Army of Engaged Resilience Planners

By reading Building Engagement, you can find out how eBay's risk management team identified the root of their team's disengagement and chose the most effective strategy to inspire them to complete a successful enterprise-wide BCM planning project.

 

3.  Business Continuity Terms Every Newbie needs to know

Whether your company calls it organizational resilience, business continuity, disaster recovery, risk management, there are very important commonly used terms everyone needs to know to achieve a sustainable program. Consider it a Business Continuity Terminology cheat sheet!

 

4.  The Business Continuity Management Rookie Playbook

There are several frequent beginner mistakes you need to be aware of and strive to avoid whether you are new to business continuity or trying to re-energize a static program. The  BCM Rookie Playbook came before many continuity pros fell for their traps.

Guide to Business Continuity Management  

 

5.  Ensure Optimal Outcomes for your plan

Don't settle for a static continuity plan that is collecting dust. If you already have a BCM program in place, would you say it's robust or stuck in the year it was created?  5 Ways to Ensure Optimal Outcomes for Your Resilience Plan

 

6.  The Business Continuity Maturity Model®

A widely accepted benchmark for assessing the effectiveness of your program for organizational resilience and business continuity is the Business Continuity Maturity Model (BCMM®). This evaluation tool responds to the following questions and offers a consistent & impartial method for assessing a company's level of readiness:

  • How prepared are we?
  • What is the target we want to achieve?
  • What do we do to get there?

Free BCMM tool for organizational resilience

7.  The Continuity Community

Use these free materials to build a quality business continuity management & resilience plan that is dynamic while also being sustainable. If you have questions or want to learn more about business continuity management tools or Virtual Corporation, feel free to contact us with your questions.

 Check out  ACPDRJ, DRI & Continuity Insights for industry news, webinars & other helpful tips & tricks. 

 


CONCLUSION:

Now go off & use these free materials to build a business continuity management & resilience program that is dynamic & sustainable. If you have questions or want to learn more about business continuity management tools or Virtual Corporation, feel free to contact me.

 

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