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A Thorough Guide to Continuity Planning in Higher Education

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Continuity planning is a large task, add in the additional elements necessary to completely plan for continuity of operations at a higher ed institution and the task becomes colossal at best. Higher ed institutions must plan for research and academic continuity, and do so in such a way that is easy for academic and research departments to understand and execute while respecting the institutional vernacular. Research and academic continuity planning are necessary to maintain the institution’s critical functions, thus continuing to meet the institution’s mission, if an adverse event occurs.


Once you have a basic understanding of higher ed continuity planning the journey to a more robust continuity program begins. This ebook, A Thorough Guide to Continuity Planning in Higher Education, discusses higher ed continuity planning in greater detail to help you build a more robust continuity program at your institution. For a higher-level discussion of higher ed continuity planning check out How To: Business Continuity Planning Basics for Higher Ed.


Use this ebook to bolster your efforts to build a more robust continuity program or share with department leaders and campus stakeholders to help increase buy-in and improve continuity aptitudes across campus. 



This ebook outlines:

  • Identifying Risks
  • Mitigating and Eliminating Risks
  • Getting Buy-in From Leadership
  • The All-Hands Approach
  • Continuity Training and Testing
  • Communicating During an Adverse Event
  • The Incident Management Team
  • Pulling It All Together
  • Post Event Activities

Additional Resources

Case Study: Arizona State University
Industry Insight: Building Organizational Resilience in Higher Ed
Guide: Higher Ed Continuity Planning Software Buying Guide

Continuity planning is a large task, add in the additional elements necessary to completely plan for continuity of operations at a higher ed institution and the task becomes colossal at best. Higher ed institutions must plan for research and academic continuity, and do so in such a way that is easy for academic and research departments to understand and execute while respecting the institutional vernacular. Research and academic continuity planning are necessary to maintain the institution’s critical functions, thus continuing to meet the institution’s mission, if an adverse event occurs.


Once you have a basic understanding of higher ed continuity planning the journey to a more robust continuity program begins. This ebook, A Thorough Guide to Continuity Planning in Higher Education, discusses higher ed continuity planning in greater detail to help you build a more robust continuity program at your institution. For a higher-level discussion of higher ed continuity planning check out How To: Business Continuity Planning Basics for Higher Ed.


Use this ebook to bolster your efforts to build a more robust continuity program or share with department leaders and campus stakeholders to help increase buy-in and improve continuity aptitudes across campus. 



This ebook outlines:

  • Identifying Risks
  • Mitigating and Eliminating Risks
  • Getting Buy-in From Leadership
  • The All-Hands Approach
  • Continuity Training and Testing
  • Communicating During an Adverse Event
  • The Incident Management Team
  • Pulling It All Together
  • Post Event Activities

Additional Resources

Case Study: Arizona State University
Industry Insight: Building Organizational Resilience in Higher Ed
Guide: Higher Ed Continuity Planning Software Buying Guide

Continuity planning is a large task, add in the additional elements necessary to completely plan for continuity of operations at a higher ed institution and the task becomes colossal at best. Higher ed institutions must plan for research and academic continuity, and do so in such a way that is easy for academic and research departments to understand and execute while respecting the institutional vernacular. Research and academic continuity planning are necessary to maintain the institution’s critical functions, thus continuing to meet the institution’s mission, if an adverse event occurs.


Once you have a basic understanding of higher ed continuity planning the journey to a more robust continuity program begins. This ebook, A Thorough Guide to Continuity Planning in Higher Education, discusses higher ed continuity planning in greater detail to help you build a more robust continuity program at your institution. For a higher-level discussion of higher ed continuity planning check out How To: Business Continuity Planning Basics for Higher Ed.


Use this ebook to bolster your efforts to build a more robust continuity program or share with department leaders and campus stakeholders to help increase buy-in and improve continuity aptitudes across campus. 



This ebook outlines:

  • Identifying Risks
  • Mitigating and Eliminating Risks
  • Getting Buy-in From Leadership
  • The All-Hands Approach
  • Continuity Training and Testing
  • Communicating During an Adverse Event
  • The Incident Management Team
  • Pulling It All Together
  • Post Event Activities

Additional Resources

Case Study: Arizona State University
Industry Insight: Building Organizational Resilience in Higher Ed
Guide: Higher Ed Continuity Planning Software Buying Guide
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