Who (by job title) is completely engaged and sponsoring the Business Continuity Management program? How involved is the individual... really?
According to the 2011 BCM Annual Study results.....
- 71.1% of study participants note that a chief officer or above is completely engaged and sponsoring the business continuity management program.
- 50.8% note that this individual was at a zero level of separation from the executive management committee.
The follow up question is please rate how involved this individual is in business continuity planning initiatives.
For those respondents noting a chief officer or above as completely engaged in the program, 31.8% gave the individual an approval rating of 4-5 on a rating scale of 1-5 with 1 meaning “Very Little Involvement” and 5 meaning “Very Involved”.
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