Business Continuity Management & Crisis Management
On this course, you will have the opportunity to learn about the role of business continuity management (BCM) and crisis management (CM) in helping organisations plan for and respond to major disruption.
You will explore the complex continuity and crisis risks faced by public, private and third sector organisations.
By considering the evolution and reasons behind the development of modern BCM and CM, you will have the opportunity to learn how, as protective disciplines, BCM and CM are now vital parts of an organisation’s risk management capability.
What will you achieve?
Compare and contrast what makes a 'business continuity incident’ vs a ‘crisis’
Explain BCM and CM and their contribution to an organisation’s overall enterprise risk management
Describe the constituent activities within a typical BCM and CM programme
Explain the drivers and rationale (the business case) for BCM and CM
Explore the roots and evolution of BCM and CM disciplines as influenced by evolving business practices and technology
Explore the broad scope of threats to modern private, public and third sector organisations through a selection of recent case studies
Who should attend?
Senior, Mid Management and Managers across industries
Early Fee: USD 995
Standard Fee: USD 1,395