Organizations across a variety of industries are turning to metrics to determine whether their programs work and if they are getting a return on their investment. Business continuity professionals are no exception. More and more, BC pros are turning to metrics to determine how effective their programs are and convey that to senior management.
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E. Program Development, Methodology & Measurement Track — 2012 Continuity Insights Management ConferenceApril 4, 2012 12:09 pm | by Luke Simpson, Editor | Events
A listing of Program Development, Methodology & Measurement educational sessions at the 2012 Continuity Insights Management Conference and links to download presentation slides.
The Continuity Insights Management Conference is the premiere event for strategic business continuity discussion, offering unmatched opportunities to learn and network.
It’s a beautiful thing when your management understands immediately where your continuity risks are and what needs to be done about them. Getting to that point requires a little science and a lot of art. Metrics and reporting are the communication instruments of a sound BCP program. Often regarded as a simple technical exercise in gathering data, they can make or break your program’s effectiveness in leading the firm to sound continuity capabilities.