Beckett, Simon
April 2008
Journal of Business Continuity & Emergency Planning;Apr2008, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p212
Academic Journal
The article highlights several topics related to business continuity and emergency management. It encourages industry professionals in the field who are interested in submitting articles based on the topics provided to be published in the journal. These topics include the standards of practice to be followed by an organization, the benchmarking tools available and how to apply them in practice and the importance of cost benefit analysis. Professionals are encouraged to analyze the topics, how they have impacted their businesses and the processes they employed in response.


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