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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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
Justify on tangible results, not emotions
Point out specific, direct benefits
Recognize top management may have other conflicts
Speak top management’s language