Tip – Start with Business Continuity in Mind

Most of the time, I find myself talking to companies that have been in business for a while: typically more than three years. At that stage, they are receptive to thoughts about protecting the investment the owners have made in the business. However, it has to be said that thinking about Business Continuity right from the start has a lot to recommend it: after all, startups are just as likely to be disrupted as established businesses.

Embedding the process of thinking about how to deal with disruption when building your Business As Usual processes is a lot easier than having to retro-fit them at a later date. More importantly, always considering the impact of change on the ability of the business to serve its customers is a management discipline that is best learned early in your career as an entrepreneur.

 

 

 


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Tip – Start with Business Continuity in Mind

Most of the time, I find myself talking to companies that have been in business for a while: typically more than three years. At that stage, they are receptive to thoughts about protecting the investment the owners have made in the business. However, it has to be said that thinking about Business Continuity right from the start has a lot to recommend it: after all, startups are just as likely to be disrupted as established businesses.

Embedding the process of thinking about how to deal with disruption when building your Business As Usual processes is a lot easier than having to retro-fit them at a later date. More importantly, always considering the impact of change on the ability of the business to serve its customers is a management discipline that is best learned early in your career as an entrepreneur.

 

 

 


Agdon Associates and Business Continuity UK are no longer in business. This website is not being updated: it has been left online solely as a source of useful information on Business Continuity.

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5 Responses to Tip – Start with Business Continuity in Mind
  1. Startup with Business Continuity in Mind http://bit.ly/hWxyox Via @GarethHowell

  2. RT @GarethHowell: New post on Business Continuity UK: Monday Tip – Startup with Business Continuity in Mind http://bit.ly/hWxyox

  3. RT @GarethHowell: Did you see yesterday's Business Continuity tip? http://bit.ly/hWxyox

  4. Monday Tip – Startup with #BusinessContinuity in Mind – http://bit.ly/gj6eix

  5. RT @garethhowell: Monday Tip – Startup with Business Continuity in Mind #business as usual #business continuity http://t.co/mgJCghx

Tip – Start with Business Continuity in Mind

Most of the time, I find myself talking to companies that have been in business for a while: typically more than three years. At that stage, they are receptive to thoughts about protecting the investment the owners have made in the business. However, it has to be said that thinking about Business Continuity right from the start has a lot to recommend it: after all, startups are just as likely to be disrupted as established businesses.

Embedding the process of thinking about how to deal with disruption when building your Business As Usual processes is a lot easier than having to retro-fit them at a later date. More importantly, always considering the impact of change on the ability of the business to serve its customers is a management discipline that is best learned early in your career as an entrepreneur.

 

 

 


Agdon Associates and Business Continuity UK are no longer in business. This website is not being updated: it has been left online solely as a source of useful information on Business Continuity.

If you found this article interesting, please help me by clicking the Google +1 button and/or the Facebook Like button. If you wish, you could Tweet it as well.
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5 Responses to Tip – Start with Business Continuity in Mind
  1. Startup with Business Continuity in Mind http://bit.ly/hWxyox Via @GarethHowell

  2. RT @GarethHowell: New post on Business Continuity UK: Monday Tip – Startup with Business Continuity in Mind http://bit.ly/hWxyox

  3. RT @GarethHowell: Did you see yesterday's Business Continuity tip? http://bit.ly/hWxyox

  4. Monday Tip – Startup with #BusinessContinuity in Mind – http://bit.ly/gj6eix

  5. RT @garethhowell: Monday Tip – Startup with Business Continuity in Mind #business as usual #business continuity http://t.co/mgJCghx