Webinar 2 on 20th March 10 - 11 am
Business Continuity - Counting the Cost
The costs of business continuity fall into two area: cost of having it and (of course) the cost of not having it. Working with many clients of all sectors and sizes we often see that organisations quantify the costs of implementing business continuity, but fail to win the investment argument with their senior management by quantifying the costs of not investing in effective business resiliency. In this webinar, Tony will set out the approach he takes to building a business case for making that investment.
Senior Managing Consultant and Business Continuity Practice Leader - IBM UK & Ireland
Tony Perry wrote his first “disaster plan” back in 1989 – before the term business continuity had been invented. Since then he has worked both as a manager and a consultant in the area of business continuity planning and programme implementation and crisis management with major organisations in the finance, manufacturing and technology sectors. He is currently Practice Leader of the IBM Business Continuity and Resiliency Services consulting team.
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