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BIA Probably the Most Important Analysis

Written by  Renata Davidson December 4, 2012

In difficult times of economic crisis, business continuity management often goes by the wayside, and I don’t think it should. At first glance, it would seem that the survival of the company at the present time depends entirely on the skills of effective operational management. After all, the current problems require immediate action, and it happens so that we lose the broader context. In any area of life, as in business, it is worth it to stop for a moment and look carefully at our surroundings. The crisis of 2008 took everybody by surprise. Just a year later, the global economy was again shocked by Greece insolvency and the crisis in the Eurozone. To this must be added an unprecedented increase in the frequency of natural disasters of regional and sometimes global economic consequences. With these circumstances, it should be openly said that it is time when we need to change the approach

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