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Feature: Is Your Company Prepared for the Worst? Why Business Continuity Must Be Part of Your Strategy

Is Your Company Prepared for the Worst? Why Business Continuity Must Be Part of Your Strategy

You may think your company is prepared for adversity - but if you believe these 7 common misconceptions, it's not.

David Nolan, CEO and founder of Fusion Risk Management

A business trying to remain competitive and profitable in today's world is like the runner trying to keep pace with the machine. If a business is prepared for whatever adverse circumstances come up, the organization can take it in stride and keep moving forward. If a business is not prepared, then it will experience disruptions - and, like a runner who gets injured, the business may find it difficult to recover. To keep the business running and revenue flowing, executives must include business continuity in their overarching company strategy - and that requires a fundamental understanding of what business continuity is and what it means for the organization. Read More >>

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