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Business continuity challenges within the non-profit sector

A new Working Paper from the Business Continuity Institute looks at business continuity in public and third sector organizations, asking the question ‘are non-profits doing enough to protect the way they operate?’

‘Business continuity challenges within the non-profit sector,’ written by Rina Bhakta CBCI, claims that there is a lack of shared knowledge on the way business continuity works in the non-profit sector. The author argues that while there are various standards and benchmarking from other industries, it can be difficult to relate it to non-profits because a lot of it is not applicable.

The document works through the six stages of the business continuity management lifecycle and provides case studies to highlight how each stage would apply to a non-profit organization.

To read the full document, click here (registration required).



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