Before he became the 34th President of the United States, General Dwight D. Eisenhower served as Supreme Commander of the Allied forces in Europe during World War II. He may have known a thing or two about risk in that role. But Eisenhower was not a man to lay out a plan and then let it collect dust on a shelf. In fact, he said, "In preparing for battle, I have always found that plans are useless, but planning is indispensable." He found that the act of planning in itself was the true value of the activity.
In our new eBook, “Business Continuity Basics: Applying Lessons Learned from Hurricanes, Earthquakes, Fires, Floods, Cyber-Attacks, and Disgruntled Employees” we take a look at the critical steps needed to ensure a responsible approach to developing plans and measures to combat business interruptions. No matter the cause, there is a systematic way to analyze, prepare and respond to any threat to make sure your business survives.
Just as Eisenhower believed that the act of planning in itself was the true value of the exercise, through these activities you, too, will discover the value of the planning actions and see how they reveal a more complete view of your organization, and more importantly, how you can protect it.
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