When Disaster Strikes

McKimmie, Kathy
September 2004
Indiana Business Magazine;Sep2004, Vol. 48 Issue 9, p28
Discusses issues related to business resumption plans. Advantages of anticipating worst-case scenario on the creation of a business resumption plan checklist; Tendency for business people and business executives to regard these issues as a negative thought process; Considerations for the benefits of business-interruption insurance for one's business; Adjunction to the overall risk-management program that covers the extra expense caused by a crisis. INSET: Business Resumption Plan Checklist.


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