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A business impact analysis for organizational resilience

Business continuity professional Luke Bird is currently working on a MSc Research Thesis for Glasgow Caledonian University, looking at the BIA in an organizational resilience context. As part of this research Luke is conducting a survey and is inviting Continuity Central readers to take part.

The recent ISO 22316 standard launch and the joint Cranfield / BSI ‘Organizational Resilience: A summary of academic evidence, business insights and new thinking’ publication show that the resilience world is changing and it begs the question: are the tools that we have come to rely on over the years as valuable as we think? Do we need to adapt? This brief industry questionnaire aims to review the demand and value of the business impact analysis methodology in the light of such challenges.

The short questionnaire is targeted specifically to those that work or study in organizational resilience, business continuity, risk management, disaster recovery, emergency planning and related fields. 

The process should take you no more than five minutes to complete and all answers are provided anonymously and will be presented as such.

The deadline for participation is June 18th. 

Take part at https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/OrgReSBIA


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