Minimal Continuity Planning Program

Your continuity planning program is limited and not fully implemented. This puts your unit at risk for operational loss. You’ve put in much work to get your program to this point, it can be overwhelming to think about how much more work is required to get your program fully developed and implemented within your unit.

A few questions to start a conversation and guide your work include:

  • What is the most impactful thing or activity I can do now that will help me be more resilient or recoverable?
  • How can I get others at my institution on board?
  • Where can I get more information on how to be better prepared?
  • What projects should be on my roadmap to further develop the program?
  • What can I do immediately and quickly to ensure that my staff know their role during an unexpected event?


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Continuity Program Methodology for Higher Ed

Getting Buy-in: The Benefits of Continuity Planning in Higher Ed

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