Practice Guidelines Trends and advances in global BC practice. Presented by Doug Weldon FBCI. BCI Good Practice Guidelines 1. • Leading. BCI Good Practice Guidelines GLOBAL EDITION 3. Steven Cvetkovic SBCI. although they do provide much excellent material for those new to the topic. code of practice, is followed with input from the Business Continuity Institute’s. Good Practice Guidelines (BCI GPG. ), in which further, more detailed.
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Drawing on decades of experience The guidelines draw on the knowledge of business continuity professionals bc the world, as well as decades of technical and practical experience. The BCI seeks to promote and facilitate the adoption of good business continuity practice worldwide by:.
For those of you familiar with the previous Lifecycle, the BCI has simply turned in inside out!
The Business Continuity Institute (BCI) launches 2013 Good Practice Guidelines
Well the key word here is simplification. One of the principal strengths of the Good Practice Guidelines is that they have not been written in isolation.
The BCI stands for excellence in the business continuity profession and its Statutory grades provide unequivocal assurance of technical and professional competency. The BCI Corporate Partnership, through corporate membership, offers organizations the opportunity to work with the BCI to promote best practice in business continuity and to raise their corporate profile in the global BC arena.
The Business Continuity Institute (BCI) launches Good – The BCI
Its release has met with great enthusiasm and has been applauded around the globe as a key tool in achieving organizational resilience.
The BCI is a global membership and certifying organization for business continuity professionals. Logic, simplicity and a clear structure now characterise the very essence of the GPG, running through its pages bcu start to finish.
They are not the only resource that can be used to develop a Business Continuity Management BCM programme, but they certainly represent one of the key reference sources and remain a top resource for BC professionals when setting up a BCM programme.
So what has changed? The BCI also offers a wide range of workshops virtual and physical and training resources to support BC professionals in their career advancement and professional development. They have been carefully aligned to various standards and recognised industry practices across a wide range of BC related disciplines, including Risk and Crisis Management, to ensure that they are bdi comprehensive and current as possible.
The BCI seeks to promote and facilitate the adoption of good business continuity practice worldwide by: If you missed the presentation, fear not, you can catch up here. So it is key to the Institute and plays an important role in vpg daily lives of BC professionals.
The GPG underpins good BC practice and provides 2103 with tested and proven guidance, to drive and improve organizational resilience. Embedding Business Continuity PP2. Find out more here.
Printed copies Hard copies of the Gpy are available. In addition to providing a robust and proven guide to all BC professionals, the GPG serves as a recognised industry benchmark against which BC professionals can be effectively measured and their professional and technical competency examined. Additionally, BCI members are working on the further languages of German, Italian, Portuguese and Korean which will be made available as soon as they are ready.
Guiding you through good Business Continuity Practice – GPG – The BCI
What makes this GPG different to the others? The GPG has undergone a thorough revision to ensure that the edition represents and includes current global thinking in good Business Continuity BC practice and includes terminology from ISO The GPG also makes a key differentiation between Business Continuity as a discipline that leads to organizational resilience and Business Continuity Management as a process, which is the sum of the activities that make up good BC practice, which is in itself quite revolutionary and will play a key role in taking this discipline forward and ensuring its cross-disciplinary adoption by Crisis, Risk Managers and the like and not just by BC practitioners.
The guidelines draw on the knowledge of business continuity professionals bfi the world, as well as decades of technical and bbci experience. The Good Practice Guidelines are not a standard or a mandate; nor are they designed to serve the same purpose as a standard.