Business Continuity: Planning for Many Levels

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For a business continuity plan to be truly effective at the time of interruption or disaster, everyone within the company needs to pull together to make the plan work and turn interruption into continuation.

This means that when a continuity manager is developing the plan, every type of audience - senior management, middle management, supervisors and operatives - needs to understand the plan and what part they have to play in it. But how does one get their attention? Desktop walkthrough Once a ...

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