Leadership During Times of Crisis
To be successful in a crisis, it requires preparation.
One of the things we often hear continuity and emergency professionals say is that they “plan for the worst-case scenario.” Whenever we hear someone say that I immediately stop them; this is simply not true. Continuity professionals don’t plan for the worst-case scenario, they plan for what they think will happen, what is called a “routine” emergency. What they plan for may be a really bad situation, but there is not enough time, money, or risk appetite for anyone to plan for the truly worst-case scenario. To learn more, download the FULL white paper below.