2-Day Business Impact Analysis Workshop: Planning, Development and Implementation (BCOE-300E)

2 Days
This workshop highlights the reasons for and value of conducting a Business Impact Analysis (BIA). Attendees will be able to identify the impacts resulting from business interruptions that can affect the organization, and the techniques that can be used to quantify and qualify such impacts. Identify time-critical functions (RTO / RPO / MTD / MTDT), their recovery priorities, interdependencies etc. so that recovery time objectives can be established and approved. Our experienced facilitator will guide the attendees through the practical approach on developing a BIA report.
Workshop Objectives
Provides an understanding of business impact analysis (BIA) to:

  • identify the requirements for BIA
  • identify and prioritize the entity’s functions, processes and products/services and their supporting activities in order to ascertain which ones will have the greatest impact on the organisation should they not be available
  • assess the dependencies and resources required to support the business operations during a disruption
  • analyse the findings to ascertain any gaps between the entity’s requirements and its ability to deliver those requirements
Workshop Summary of Agenda
  1. What is and why Business Impact Analysis (BIA)?
  2. BIA Planning
  3. Requirements
  4. Data Gathering
  5. Functions and Activities
  6. Understand Impact
  7. Recovery Objectives
  8. Dependencies
  9. Resources
  10. Gap Analysis
  11. Prioritisation and Decision Making
  12. Post-BIA and Continual Improvement
  13. BIA Summary
  14. Classroom Exercises

Who Should Attend?
BC / DR Coordinators; BC / DR Project Team, Business Process Owners / Business Unit Heads

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