Since we announced our incredible conference program
, we’ve been hard at work…adding to it! Why stop at incredible, right? In the past few weeks, we’ve added two exciting sessions, and we’ll be adding even more in the weeks to come in order to bring DRI2014 attendees maximum educational value.
DRI2014 will be held May 18-21, 2014 in Atlanta, GA. Register now
to take advantage of our early bird pricing!
Europe’s common currency is in crisis. If it fails, the consequences would be numerous and serious and could include bank runs, social and political unrest, as well as widespread economic instability. Businesses must not adopt a wait-and-see approach. Rather, they must seek to understand the potential impacts, and then prepare for potential outcomes. Such plans should consider finance and cash management, business continuity, revenue assumptions and targets, and client and supply chains. Attend this session to better understand what this looming crisis could do to your organization, and what you must do to be ready for it!
You have the credentials and experience, but do you have what it takes to conduct an effective Business Impact Analysis? An inadequate BIA yields wrong and useless data leading to a disastrous business continuity plan. Learn important tips such as using the “SMART” method, defining and setting reachable objectives, engaging the C-suite, knowing what and how to get the data for a productive Business Impact Analysis, identifying key players in your organization, and distinguishing what may be essential to upper management may not be critical to your business continuity plan.