The CMI's annual survey tracks how organisations across the UK dealt with the major disruptions of the last 12 months.
The CMI’s annual survey sponsored by the Civil Contingencies Secretariat on business continuity management, based on a survey of 903 managers, tracks how organisations across the UK dealt with the major disruptions of the last 12 months.
The CMI’s 2010 survey on business continuity management reveals that less than half of organisations have an adequate Business Continuity Plan (BCP) in place. This is despite 93 per cent of organisations being affected by the heavy snowfall in recent months. The report offers practical recommendations for managers wanting to improve their organisations’ resilience to disruption and also provides signposts to additional BCM resources and information.