Most companies struggle with disaster planning as it is an expensive resource and requires a lot of attention to maintain.
The people involved in these projects also find it difficult to get collaboration. All disaster planning projects must have direct and public support from the CEO in order to encourage participation by all parties.
Unfortunately, due to the dynamics of organisational structure most divisions of a company are far more preoccupied with their own deadlines and milestones to pay some time to disaster planning. Continue reading