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Course Title: Business Continuity Planning
Venue: Kigali, RWANDA
Learning Duration: 2 Weeks
Starting: 9 Apr 2018 Ending: 20 Apr 2018
Fees: 1500 USD
Payment Details: To cover tuition and training materials only
Organizations are faced with challenges emanating from both the internal and external environment. Rapid changes in the external environment consistently compel managers to reconfigure internal operations and processes in order to maintain business continuity. This means that business managers need to be equipped with business planning skills and strategies for mitigating and responding to business threats. In any case creating certainty out uncertainty, crafting cutting edge objectives, managing risks and making the most of opportunities should be a constant obsession of management., hence business continuity planning. This course will equip participants with skills for enhancing business success and growth. The Ultimate goal is a value creation and protection.
WHIO SHOULD ATTEND?
Managers, Business counselors/owners, NGOs and officers either working with SMEs or interested in creating value for their business.
HOW PARTICIPANTS WILL BENEFIT
At the end of the course participants should be able to:-
Foster a culture that reinforces appropriate business planning for a balanced value creation and value protection
Develop and or review business policies and procedures for business success
Identify, develop and sustain critical business success factors
Identify, and respond to business challenges and enablers
Create an inspiring business success culture in the organization
Efficiently manage business leading to value creation and protection
Acquire a sound business continuity strategy
Establish the context/situational Analysis
Review of the strategic elements including mission and key business functions
Identification of enablers and pains
Business impact analysis
Development of responsive business policies, procedures and systems