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Business Crisis and Continuity Management (BCCM) Class Session 5. John Laye’s 10 Steps for BCM. Project Initiation Risk Assessment Business Impact Analysis Business Continuity Strategies Emergency Response Plan Development Awareness & Training Maintaining & Exercising Plans

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Business crisis and continuity management bccm class session 5

Business Crisis and Continuity Management (BCCM)Class Session 5


John laye s 10 steps for bcm

John Laye’s 10 Steps for BCM

  • Project Initiation

  • Risk Assessment

  • Business Impact Analysis

  • Business Continuity Strategies

  • Emergency Response

  • Plan Development

  • Awareness & Training

  • Maintaining & Exercising Plans

  • Public Relations and Crisis Coordination

  • Avoiding Disaster & Interaction with Government Agencies


Business crisis and continuity management bccm class session 5

  • Characteristics of the CMT

  • Selecting members of the team with the competency (knowledge, skills, and motivation) to effectively function in a crisis situation.

  • Ability to access and process information to gain situational awareness.

  • Team members train and exercise together to function as a true team

  • Is capable of and empowered to make decisions impacting on the crisis and/or understands the requirement to refer the information and the options to the appropriate level for a decision

  • Ability to manage resources consistent with the requirements of the crisis

  • Ability to monitor the evolving situation and adjust as necessary


Business crisis and continuity management bccm class session 5

Five Major Management Functions of ICS

There are five major management functions that are the foundation upon which the ICS organization develops. These functions apply whether you are handling a routine emergency, organizing for a major non-emergency event, or managing a response to a major disaster. The five major management functions are:

From FEMA ICS 100 Course


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Drivers

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Constraints

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Business crisis and continuity management bccm class session 5

Pitching Preparedness by Philip Jan Rothsteinor How to Convince Senior Management that BCCM is a Strategic Investmentwww.rothstein.com

Key Points

Justify on tangible results, not emotions

Point out specific, direct benefits

Recognize top management may have other conflicts

Speak top management’s language

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