Continuity Planning

What to do when things go wrong

Continuity PlanningAn important aspect for any business - nonprofit and for-profit - is to have a plan for the continuation of the business through various types of obstacles. Whether it's a natural disaster or a mutiny, you should be able to turn to an established plan to keep the organization running.

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Continuity Management: When Organizational Knowledge Walks Out the Door

What would you do if a key person on your staff wasn’t able to resume work tomorrow? This resource looks at ways prevent organizational knowledge loss when that person who has been there forever and knows everything is no longer with you.

Continuity Management: Documenting Procedures

Sometimes it feels like the only firm rule at an organization is that there is an exception to every rule, so how do you document that? This document offers some tips on getting started in documenting important procedures.

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Continuity, Disaster and Crisis Plans

Do you need a continuity plan, a disaster plan or a crisis plan? This resource reviews the nuances between these tools.

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Crisis Communication Plan Team Templates

Use these templates to keep an up-to-date list of your crisis communications team and assist them in identifying the immediate needs if a crisis hits.

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Crisis Communications Planning

Minimize chaos in a crisis by having an established crisis communications plan. This resource provides tips on developing your plan.

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In the triad of "ready, set, go" NonprofitNext is the "Go Factor." Tools that you find here allow you to quickly move into action by downloading a resource that you can use today - A checklist, a template, information to bring to your next board meeting.

 

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