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Building a global business continuity programme
Business continuity programmes provide an important function within organisations, especially when aligned with and supportive of the organisation’s goals, objectives and organisational culture. Continuity programmes for large, complex international organisations, unlike those for compact national companies, are more difficult to design, build, implement and maintain. Programmes for international organisations require attention to structural design, support across organisational leadership and hierarchy, seamless integration with the organisation’s culture, measured success and demonstrated value. This paper details practical, but sometimes overlooked considerations for building successful global business continuity programmes.
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CitationLazcano, Michael (2014, May 1). Building a global business continuity programme. In the Journal of Business Continuity & Emergency Planning, Volume 7, Issue 4.