Business Continuity and Reputation Risk
Available face-to-face and as an online course
A succession of major natural disasters, terrorist attacks and other events around the world has increased attention on the need for effective business continuity management. Business continuity management and reputation risk management both deal with responses to sudden and unexpected events, where substantial consequences and sustained effects threaten. Both disciplines address the need to mitigate and manage the impact of a disruptive incident once it has occurred.
The aim of this course is to explore the importance and interrelationship of, Business Continuity Management (BCM) and Reputation Risk Management (RRM) as part of an organisation’s total risk and governance management framework.
The key objectives are to:
- highlight the importance of BCM and RRM by analysing the fit and fusion of these distinct areas within the context of corporate risk management
- examine the drivers of, and range of solutions to a BCM framework
- explore the key drivers of reputation risk and how they vary across organisations
- analyse and discuss the tools and practices used to identify, mitigate and manage reputation risk
- provide tips and useful resources for developing an organisation’s governance and risk management framework.
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