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Continuity Insights Management Conference

How strong is your organization’s BCM culture? Do you struggle with buy-in for your program? Many organizations face this challenge and are looking for strategies that both ensure a commitment to continued process improvement and acknowledge the reality of continuity risk.

Join Tracey Forbes Rice, Vice President of Customer Engagement for Fusion Risk Management, at the Continuity Insights 2017 New York Conference as she examines why BCM culture is important and analyze the attributes of both strong and weak BCM cultures.

With 20 years of business continuity industry experience, Rice is adept at translating complex business requirements into innovative and strategic solutions. During Get Serious: How to Drive Cultural Buy-In for BCM,” Rice will arm you with key takeaways as she outlines eight critical steps you can execute to drive cultural buy-in for your BCM program.

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