Business continuity management in line with BS25999 and the BCI’s Good Practice Guidelines (2010), to ensure that your organisation can continue to operate, whatever happens.
Developing documentation and training to plan how you will respond to an emergency, not in terms of ensuring continuity, but what actions you would take as you deal with crisis.
Looking at your business through new eyes to gain an awareness of your business environment and what that information means to you now and in the future.
Mapping your supply chain vulnerabilities and working with your suppliers to identify gaps and areas for consideration should a crisis affect you or your suppliers.
Protecting your bottom line
Stephenson Resilience enables you to develop a resilience strategy that supports your business objectives, protects your bottom line, and enables you to adapt ahead of your competitors. Resilience is not just something you do to help you recover after a crisis, real resilience has a positive, measurable impact on your organisation during business as usual as well.
Your resilience strategy and planning should integrate resilience disciplines including Business Continuity Management, IT Disaster Recovery, Crisis Management, Security, Risk Management and Emergency Planning to achieve Business Resilience.
Using industry leading research and best practice including BS 25999 we will guide you every step of the way to achieve a workable approach to resilience that suits your organisation and contributes to your business objectives. Some of the benefits of adopting a resilience strategy include:
- Protect your assets and reputation
- Reduce disruption, downtime and business impacts
- Share lessons across your organisation, industry sector and geographic location
- Increase competitive advantage
- Develop resilience outputs that feed into decision making
- Learn to use ‘near misses’ as a trigger for evaluation rather than confirmation of success
- Increase your situational awareness
- Embed strategies across your organisation’s culture
- See opportunities where others see only problems
What makes us unique?
Robust measurement and evidence – Through our research and expertise we have developed a resilience measurement tool in conjunction with the Resilient Organisations Research Programme at Canterbury University in New Zealand. Our tool can measure resilience like no other and can identify organisations’ resilience strengths and weaknesses. The tool delivers quantitative results to feed directly into your organisations strategies, decisions and the case for business resilience.