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Survey on Business Continuity

Survey on Business Continuity

Business Continuity

The latest study by the Chartered Management Institute in the UK, a member of EMA, into trends relating to business continuity planning, published in 2007.  Whilst there is clear acknowledgement of its importance, over half of the UK managers surveyed indicate that their organisation has no specific business continuity plan in place.  Disruptions experienced range from loss of IT, loss of key members of staff, and having to cope with extreme weather conditions.

For an executive summary of the report click here