Building organisational crisis resilience is a never-ending game: new teams are on board, new business streams, operations, or production sites are launched and new markets are open, all providing fresh opportunities but also increasing the risks of failures and exposure. Furthermore, external threats – climate change, security, socio-economic, cyber, and the interdependencies of a globalised world, just to name a few – continue to provide the risk, crisis or business continuity manager with plenty issues to tackle.
Ensuring that your plans are up to date, that you have conducted a training needs analysis, that you are scheduling exercises, that you are complying with audit requirements maybe some of the activities you must schedule as part of your budget planning cycle.
When you will be busy trying to determine what your priorities are, where the gaps lay, what you can realistically accomplish in the next calendar year and for how much; the following checklist might just help you do that.
The best approach is a customised one that fits your needs and is adapted to your organisation. Combining internal expert resources with external specialist service providers achieves optimal results cost-effectively.
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Caroline Sapriel is Managing Partner of CS&A International. With over 25 years experience in risk and crisis management, she is recognized as a leader in her profession and acknowledged for her ability to provide customized, results-driven counsel and training at the highest level.