Whether you are currently a business continuity manager or in the process of training for the job, the leading question that will always be top-of-mind is “are you ready to keep your business up and running in the face of disruption?”
In the second edition of Principles and Practice of Business Continuity: Tools and Techniques, author Jim Burtles details the six main scenarios that you as a BC manager and your organization should be able to deal with in to recover from any business disaster.
Principles and Practice of Business Continuity: Tools and Techniques is organized around the five phases of planning for and achieving resiliency in an organization: Preparation and Startup; Building a Foundation; Responding and Recovering; Planning and Implementing; and Long-term Continuity.
Each chapter starts with learning objectives and ends with a multiple-choice self-examination covering the main points. Thought-provoking exercises at the end of each chapter help you to apply the materials from the chapter to your own experience. A glossary of the key terms currently in use in the industry and a full index allow for more depth of study is also include, plus, a downloadable the Business Continuity Toolkit offers a wealth of extra online material.
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