Business recovery and continuity: Planning for multiple scenarios

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Has your business undergone a major disruption or setback recently?

As your company moves toward the resumption of operations, one of the first tasks should be to put together a business recovery and continuity plan that forces your team to push past immediate and short-term thinking.

If you’re able to pause during the crisis (instead of waiting until it’s nearly over) and begin creating a medium-term plan for how your company should adapt its operations, then you’ll be better prepared to outperform businesses that wait to adjust.

There are three identifiable phases of crisis recovery:

ReactionAdjustment (Re)build

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