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Are We Willing to Take That Risk?: 10 Questions Every Executive Should Ask about Business Continuity Michael Croy

Are We Willing to Take That Risk?: 10 Questions Every Executive Should Ask about Business Continuity

Michael Croy

Published October 11th 2008
ISBN : 9780595524068
Paperback
108 pages
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No one will ever be able to identify and manage all of his or her organizations risks. Although you cant predict every disaster, you can ask the right questions and put strategies in place to ensure the survival of your business. It is becomingMoreNo one will ever be able to identify and manage all of his or her organizations risks. Although you cant predict every disaster, you can ask the right questions and put strategies in place to ensure the survival of your business. It is becoming increasingly evident that the knowledge of disaster recovery efforts must be accessible to far more than the (IT) experts Achieving success can only be found through the collective effort of a united public, its leaders and organizations. - Barack Obama, United States Senator Progressive organizations with sound leadership now include business continuity and enterprise risk management as key parts of meeting stakeholder expectations and achieving organizational strategic objectives. - Michael G. Oxley, Vice Chairman, NASDAQ Michael Croy, an expert in risk assessment and disaster recovery, helps leaders understand what is needed to sustain business today. Through real-life examples, youll understand what could affect your company-lost data, pandemics, terror threats-and by implementing plans for when something does happen, youre doing everything possible to ensure that employees still have jobs, customers are served, and stakeholders continue to support the company. Take the first step in proactively managing your company in good times and bad and ask yourself, Are We Willing to Take That Risk?