Risky business

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An organisation’s ability to demonstrate robust business continuity processes is becoming a trading prerequisite for customers and suppliers alike. It is time to give risk management a place on the board.

Risk management may have climbed the corporate agenda but UK organisations, from blue chips to SMEs, retain a haphazard, departmental based approach to business continuity that is not only wasting money but actually damaging business value. The issue is no longer simply ensuring business ...

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