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Avoiding Disaster : How to Keep Your Business Going When Catastrophe Strikes

Avoiding Disaster : How to Keep Your Business Going When Catastrophe Strikes - 02 edition

Avoiding Disaster : How to Keep Your Business Going When Catastrophe Strikes - 02 edition

ISBN13: 9780471229155

ISBN10: 0471229156

Avoiding Disaster : How to Keep Your Business Going When Catastrophe Strikes by John Laye - ISBN 9780471229155
Cover type: Print On Demand
Edition: 02
Copyright: 2002
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Published: 2002
International: No
Avoiding Disaster : How to Keep Your Business Going When Catastrophe Strikes by John Laye - ISBN 9780471229155

ISBN13: 9780471229155

ISBN10: 0471229156

Cover type: Print On Demand
Edition: 02

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Summary

The best thing you can do for your business is to be ready for anything
When Disaster Strikes offers business leaders the peace of mind of knowing that their business is ready for any contingency, no matter how extreme. This guide is designed to be used as both a preparatory resource for when times are good, and an emergency reference when times are bad. This book gets managers up-to-speed on what they should be prepared to deal with and offers real solutions for putting those business continuity plans in place. From natural and man-made disasters to catastrophic computer hack attacks, When Disaster Strikes is the ultimate weapon for any manager determined to help the business survive no matter what.

Author Bio

Laye, John :

John Laye, FBCI, is a specialist in contingency and business continuity planning and a frequent lecturer for the Federal EmergencyManagement Agency's Emergency Manage-ment Institute. He is Director Emeritus of the University of California's Continuing Education in Business and Management Program for managers developing emergency plans. He is also the former president of the California Emergency Services Association.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents