Questioning traditional BC best practices? Concentrating on documentation instead of preparedness? Compliance vs. recoverability? Do your efforts provide true business value? If you have these concerns, Adaptive Business Continuity: A New Approach offers just that – a new approach.
After years of working with the traditional practices of business continuity (BC) – in project management, higher education, contingency planning, and disaster recovery – authors David Lindstedt and Mark Armour identified unworkable areas in many core practices of traditional BC. The book addresses these issues by outlining nine Adaptive BC principles that can improve your organization’s recovery capabilities and ensure continued delivery of services following an unexpected unavailability of people and/or resources.
Through a wealth of examples, diagrams, and real-world case studies, the authors demonstration how to execute the Adaptive BC framework in your own organization, including how to recognize specific practices in traditional BC that may be problematic, outdated, or ineffective, identify specific activities that you may wish to eliminate from your practice, learn the capability and constraint model of recoverability, and more.
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