The Route Map to Business Continuity Management. Meeting the Requirements of ISO 22301

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9780580743412: The Route Map to Business Continuity Management. Meeting the Requirements of ISO 22301
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There are many factors that can cause disruption to your business. These range from relatively common occurrences, such as staff sickness and loss of technology, to major disturbances, such as natural disasters or terrorist attacks. Any one of these incidents could cause a failure to deliver products and services to the usual standard or, in extreme cases, a failure to deliver at all. By adopting business continuity management (BCM), organizations will be better equipped to meet the challenges they face when a disruption occurs. Fully updated and revised, this second edition of The Route Map to Business Continuity Management - Meeting the Requirements of ISO 22301 provides help to those managers who have decided to introduce BCM into their organization for the first time or those who need to make the transition to the new international standard for BCM. Built around the requirements specified in ISO 22301, this book provides a practical, step-by-step approach to setting up, managing and improving an effective system for business continuity. So, whether you are planning certification against the new standard, or simply want the business benefits of having BCM best practice in place, this book delivers all of the advice, tips and insight you could need, along with templates and examples to get you off to a flying start. Have confidence in your organization's ability to manage any disruption effectively. Use The Route Map to Business Continuity Management to ensure you get ISO 22301 right first time.

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John Sharp FBCI (Hons), FCMI, MCIM is recognized worldwide for the contributions he has made to business continuity management. In 2004 he was made an Honorary Fellow of the Business Continuity Institute and at the 2004 BCM Awards in London was given a special award for his outstanding contribution to the industry. As a consultant he has provided BCM advice to central and local government, the police, the NHS and major international companies. He was chair of the committee that produced BSI's Guide to Business Continuity Management (PAS 56) and is a member of the Technical Committee that produced the BSI standard for BCM (BS 25999) and provided the UK contribution to the two Business Continuity International Standards (ISO 22301 & ISO 22313)

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