7 Reasons Why Business Continuity Plans Fail: Avoid the Pitfalls
- Published on February 28, 2013
- Written by Mike McClain, Senior Web Designer & Site Manager
1. Unrealistic Expectations
Many plans are created expecting that power, cell phones, phone lines, Internet, and water will all be working, and roads will be open. Plans are written expecting that everyone will show up for work, staff won’t have damage at home, won’t have to take care of families and pets, and won’t be stressed. This seldom happens.