The benefits of implementing a business continuity management system (BCMS) are not always clear and, as a result, BCM managers often struggle to get buy-in at board level.
The obvious benefits of a business continuity management programme, such as enabling mission critical activities to recover from an incident, can be reasonably straightforward to determine and explain. However, some equally important benefits require more thorough consideration. This blog post explain these benefits: Intrinsic Benefits of Business Continuity Management.
If you want to get the most out of your business continuity management system you should attend one of our September training courses.
- Understanding Business Continuity Management Best Practice & BS2599923 Sep 2010 – London
- BS25999 Business Continuity Management Implementation Master Class13 – 14 Sep 2010 – London
This 1-day course will explore the best practice approach to Business Continuity Management practices and the Business Continuity Management Standard BS25999, working with an experienced BCM and BS25999 practitioner with the opportunity to question and pre-plan for business continuity in your own organisation using the best practice standard BS25999 and examples of good practice.
Delegates will receive their own free copy of the world’s first and only manual on implementing a BS25999 BCMS, Business Continuity Management: a Manager’s Guide to BS25999.
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