Project Management Best Practices
Management Best Practices Paper
Business Continuity / Disaster Recovery (BC/DR)
Corporate governance and the protection of your business assets
According to the American Management Association, “About 50% of businesses that suffer from a major disaster without a disaster recovery plan in place never reopen for business.” Corporate governance regulation including Sarbanes-Oxley Act has increased a corporate officer’s liability for business continuity. To help meet these business needs, more executives are turning to Business Continuity / Disaster Recovery (BC/DR) services that help them protect their business in the event of a disaster.
An expert consultant should be able to provide a comprehensive BC/DR program to effectively and efficiently meet corporate governance requirement minimizing BC/DR projects spending. To realize a successful implementation of BC/DR program, companies must work in partnership with their employees, vendors, partners and government to ensure the continuity of critical business functions in the event of a disaster and help them recover following a disaster.
BC/DR Management Best Practices
Key Success Factors (KSF)
About the Author
Med Jones is the President of International Institute of Management (IIM). IIM is a management best practices research and education institute. IIM has 55 universities and research partners in 40 countries. Mr. Yones is an international expert specializing in the global digital economy, business strategy, and leadership development. For more information about IIM, please visit http://www.iim-edu.org
What are IIM White Papers?
IIM white papers provide businesses and government leaders with a list of questions, terminology and discussion points that can be used to address emerging challenges and opportunities. IIM white papers are succinct work documents designed for problem solving and communication by the leadership team. Depending on the scope of the paper, the document structure may include three to five sections: 1). A statement of the problem or opportunity 2). Analysis of root causes and underlying forces 3). Proposed solutions and 4). A checklist of best practices for solution implementation and change management 5). Notes and resources.
Royalty-free license is granted for using or publishing for educational purposes provided that the user/publisher include a clear reference to the author(s) and International Institute of Management www.iim-edu.org (Please include the active hyperlink for electronic publishing)
Interested in learning more?
Visit IIM Executive Education and Management Training
MIS / IT
/ EBIZ Management Course
- Online Distance Learning
Planning and managing enterprise information systems
Training Workshops: MIS /
IT / EBIZ Management Course In Las Vegas, USA
Planning, building and managing information systems