Business continuity management 2005

Business continuity management 2005
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Chartered Management Institute
Chartered Management Institute
Date of publication
1 March 2005
Business Continuity Survey
Management & leadership: including strategy, public sector management, operations and production
Business and management
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The objectives of the research were to explore the awareness, extent and nature of Business Continuity Management among managers and to assess changes in awareness and attitude from earlier Institute research. It points to the main causes of business disruption over the past twelve months and enables managers to share best practice, using the results to improve understanding of Business Continuity issues. In addition, this survey looked at the degree to which Business Continuity practices have become integrated into organisational cultures. The research took place in January 2005. The views of 440 managers were obtained from a postal questionnaire sent to a random sample of individual Institute members.

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