The Global Business Continuity Management (BCM) Program Benchmarking Study helps to gauge the effectiveness of BCM programs across the spectrum of business, government, educational and not-for-profit organizations. An extension of the Business Continuity Maturity Model (BCMM), the BCMM Standards show the key elements of a mature BC program and the indicators of the general capability levels within each element.
Resources include both having them and having access to them and are measured by monitoring limitations on acquisition of business continuity resources.
The survey showed that those with this oversight in place reported higher success rates in a number of BCM facets, including an increase in conducting periodic Business Impact Analysis (BIAs), an increased rate of adopting global standards such as ISO 22301 and a noticeable rise in addressing cyber security in BCM plans.

An integral focus of the 2013-2014 survey was oversight by a senior management advisory or steering committee. The 2013-2014 BCM study compares and contrasts key findings for organizations that have a senior management advisory or steering committee in place to help drive program capabilities and effectiveness against those that do not have a committee in place.
View the full collection of survey responses and customizable reports on the Continuity Insights website. Business continuity projects are ultimately about mitigating risk, creating capabilities, and leveraging opportunities.

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