How to Improve Business Continuity by Doing 30% Less

In business continuity we often discuss objectives, processes, systems and technology. But of course people are also a key part of how most organisations function. While stop-gap solutions and third-party assistance may save the day and keep operations going on a short-term basis, employees provide the creativity and innovation to keep a company viable for the longer term. So for everybody’s sake and for good business continuity, it makes sense to create a work environment in which employees can react constructively to emergencies and perform optimally at other times. For this, one theory says “don’t do more, but less”. Read more