Do you know the answer to the questions – “what do you need to do a business impact analysis and what do you need to know to do it?” If not, you aren’t alone.
If you are like most people, you probably wonder if there’s another way to identify the crucial functions in your organization. After all, when you ask managers questions regarding disruptions in the area they are responsible for, they are probably quick to defend their “turf,” making statements along the lines of – “that could never happen here.”
If any of this sounds familiar, chances are you are about to embark on your very first BIA. Don’t let these nay-sayers hold you back. These can be invaluable tools for your business.