Strong Continuity Planning Program

Your unit has developed and implemented a basic continuity planning program. This will help prevent operational loss, but with some improvements you can achieve greater benefits. Selecting the improvements to start with can be a hard decision. Do you start with the improvements that will take the least amount of time or will have the greatest impact?

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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Learn more about critical functions, how to identify them, and how to define them

Continuity Program Methodology for Higher Ed

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

Tips for Improving Your Plan from an Institution

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