Four significant drivers are changing the face of business continuity:
- Thought leaders have identified substantial problems with many core practices of traditional continuity planning, problems that may be so significant that they cannot be overcome.
- Many practitioners have found new and innovative ways to implement business continuity, successful practices that are not found in any guidelines and that have not yet coalesced into a single approach
- Organizations and executives are demanding more business value for their money, and expenditures in BC and its practitioners are often considered a poor return on investment.
- Large-scale changes within related disciplines, such as project management and process improvement, along with the rapid growth of new global business methods, demand a more flexible and responsive approach to BC than current practices provide.
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