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How to develop excellent business continuity exercises

Excellent exercises take time and resources to prepare and run; but they are an essential component of a business continuity programme to prove capability and to train people. It is important to get the best out of them and make sure they deliver against the business recovery objectives.

What makes a good exercise?

With this question in mind, Corpress has created an Exercise Checklist as an aide-memoire to help business continuity, crisis management and emergency professionals develop, run and observe exercises. The document shares Corpress partners’ combined experience gained over 20 plus years delivering global programmes for testing and training.

The Exercise Checklist includes a number of new ideas and approaches to exercises and simulations, which are designed to engage senior executives, reduce development time and maximise engagement across the business.

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