Four good reasons for developing a business continuity plan:
Leaving to chance how long your clients will wait if you canâ€™t deliver your products or services is risky.
Planning for the unexpected it may be the very thing that keeps you in business when an even minor disaster strikes. Business managers invariably believe that they have everything covered because to date nothing has gone seriously wrong. Most likely nothing will.
Business continuity ensures a business can maintain or reinstate the delivery of its products and services, regardless of events or disruptions.
Ask yourself these questions:
Planning can ensure you do and the 'Head of the Business' must be the person insisting that the planning takes place this section will help you to do just that.