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Entries in crisis planning (4)


5 Steps to Effective Crisis Preparation, Part 2

Effective crisis training creates a more efficient response

When it’s crisis time, you need as many helping hands as possible. Having the entire organization on-board will save time and give you more problem-solvers. With the right support systems, you can get more work done with less time spent...

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Business Continuity Plans – Where do You Start?

We hear a lot of talk about the importance of business continuity. It entails a dizzying range of details that helps ensure that your business can continue on. With such a wide range to cover, where do you start?

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Crisis Preparedness Remains a Major Risk: New data

Only two-thirds of companies have formal crisis planning in place, according to a new study. And only half of those with a plan conduct crisis simulation exercises. These are worrying conclusions, but the steps to take are not complicated...

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A Lengthy and Crippling Supply-Chain Crisis, Part 1

What if the site that generates 90% of your profits halted production for more than 3 weeks? What if your primary supplier told you, "we don't have your order, and don't know when we will", while prices increase? That's reality for a number of companies, and there are lessons any organization can learn from the crisis response...

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