BCM is now an important feature of successful organizations, where it is recognized as a program that is ongoing, maintained, and progressively enhanced. BCM is not a one-shot project. It is also not a piece of documentation that you download off the Internet and fill in its fields, then present to the auditors and regulators once or twice a year, and then return to a dusty shelf. BCM is not rocket science, yet it is not a simple checklist task. It needs careful setup and solid foundations in order to succeed and deliver its goals and objectives.

Gathering key success factors

The setup of the BCM program should be carefully thought out and implemented. History and the results from various implementations ...

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