Wednesday, November 18, 2015

After the Disaster...

These days, most people have business continuity plans. They spend a lot of time and resources on learning what could go wrong and how to prevent and mitigate those possibilities as well as getting through disruptions and disasters. Many companies, however, fail to spend sufficient time on what to do AFTER the disaster. This week’s articles focus on those concerns; review these with your team and see if your recovery plan is sufficient for your needs.

Here are the steps to take immediately following a disaster. (Item #1)   These steps will help you return to normal, or to the new normal. (Item #2)   There are many sources of assistance available to businesses after a disaster. (Item #3)

A business disaster is not just about dollars and cents or profit and loss; it is also about the human capital invested in the company. (Item #4)   How can you help your employees get back to work after a disaster? (Item #5)   Here are the five key weaknesses with most businesses’ recovery plans. (Item #6) 

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