The British weather – in particular heavy snow – continued to catch UK businesses by surprise in 2012, according to new research released by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI). Bad weather is revealed as the top cause of disruption to UK businesses over the last 12 months, with as many as 77 per cent of organisations affected by this winter’s snow. Continue reading UK Businesses count the cost of cold snap chaos
2011 presented a wide range of unexpected threats to the operations of UK organisations, according to research published by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI).
For a second year, extremes of weather have caused widespread disruption amongst survey responders; in particular the cold-snap, with only eight percent of those surveyed saying that it had no effect on their business. This has meant that extreme weather has, for the second year running, been the most persistent disruptive challenge, ahead of IT failure.
The Chartered Management Institute (CMI) CMI has produced a Checklist for BCM as part of its range of Management Checklists on key management issues.
Chartered Management Institute’s (CMI’s) 11th annual survey on business continuity management, based on a survey of 903 managers, tracks how organizations across the United Kingdom dealt with the major disruptions of the last 12 months.
The UK-based Chartered Management Institute has published Disruption & Resilience: The 2010 Business Continuity Management Survey.
The UK-based Chartered Management Institute has released an important report, A Decade of Living Dangerously: Business Continuity Management Report 2009.