Planning for Continuous Business

Business - Richard Barr

This course gives an escalated clarification of Business Continuity and gives you the apparatuses you have to legitimize and approve Business Continuity's significance to the Board and representatives.

From the littlest business dare to the biggest, all organizations confront a scope of working difficulties for an extensive variety of complex issues, including occasions that have not happened yet- - or may never happen. A standout amongst the most pivotal destinations of administration is to figure out how to manage Business Continuity Planning and Implementation.

Business Continuity Planning is the procedure through which an association guarantees the support or recuperation of tasks, including administrations to clients, when looked with problematic occasions, for example, cataclysmic events, innovative disappointments, human blunder or fear mongering.

This session covers:

  • What is Business Continuity? How it evolved, and how it differs from regular risk management
  • Risks & Threats: Understanding risk, and identifying real threats and interdependencies
  • Basic Definitions: Understanding terms such as Business Continuity Management, Business Impact Analysis, Critical Market Participants, Major Operational Disruption, Operational Risk, Recovery Time and Resilience, among others
  • Why is Business Continuity Critical? We examine potential “headaches” such as telecommunications failures and the potential for disruptions caused by environmental failures
  • The justification for a BCM Program: What is the real bottom line in trusting your business to fate and probability?

 

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Explore an understanding of why Business Continuity is critical for all business entities
  • Participants will articulate & describe Business Continuity concisely and clearly
  • Assess how to Propose and justify implementation of a Business Continuity program for your organization to the organization’s board & employees (a key necessity to achieve consensus in advancing a Business Continuity program)
  • Identify the negatives of not having a Business Continuity program

Instructor

Richard Barr

Director - Citadel Advantage

Richard holds a B.S. in International Business Administration from San Jose State University in California.

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Instructor

Richard Barr

Director - Citadel Advantage

Richard holds a B.S. in International Business Administration from San Jose State University in California.

Training 5 or more people?

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