Planning for the worst: the 2012 Business Continuity Management survey

Planning for the worst: the 2012 Business Continuity Management survey
Document type
Survey
Author(s)
Woodman, Patrick; Pearson, Gemma
Publisher
Chartered Management Institute
Date of publication
20 March 2012
Series
Business Continuity Survey
Subject(s)
Management & leadership: including strategy, public sector management, operations and production
Collection
Business and management
Material type
Reports

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This report presents the findings of the twelth survey that the Chartered Management Institute has undertaken on Business Continuity Management (BCM) since 1999. The survey was sent to 25,000 UK organisations, and this report is based on the 1,021 responses. In this year’s report there are encouraging signs overall and in the area of micro and medium sized businesses. It shows, for the second year running, an increase in the number of firms with business continuity arrangements in place. This is most notable in the private sector, with a 12 per cent increase on the 2010 results.

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