The Human Factor: Optimizing Yourself and Your Business Continuity Team
The human factor in business continuity is one of the most important and also one of the most overlooked keys to success in creating an effective business continuity management (BCM) program. In today’s post, we’ll discuss what you as a BCM leader can do to make sure you and your BCM team possess the personal and professional qualities needed to succeed in the vital task of making sure your organization is resilient and protected.
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We talk a lot about technology and resources in business continuity, but you want to know something? It’s the human factor that determines whether a BC program thrives or flounders. We’ve seen rich programs that are a mess and ones run on a shoestring that are top-notch. Success is not up to how well-funded your program is, it’s up to you.
At first glance, being a good manager and building a good team might seem as mysterious as witchcraft. It’s not really that mysterious. It can be broken down, understood, and then mastered like anything else.
We’ll start with looking at you as a manager, then we’ll move on to discussing how you can assemble a top-flight team.
Source: Disaster Recovery Journal The Human Factor: Optimizing Yourself and Your Business Continuity Team