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Disaster Planning

Disasters can – and do - happen. What steps can you take to ensure your business will survive when confronted with a crisis or a major disaster?
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Simple Risk Analysis For Small Business

by My Accounts

Managing risk is as important a part of managing a small business as managing sales – but it can be easy to put off because it looks like such a huge, boring, formal process! The key is to break it into more manageable parts.

Business Continuity Planning

by Marshall Bromwich

Business continuity planning involves the identification of major areas of risk in your business and putting in place strategies to minimise the impact if they eventuate.

No Business Too Small For Risk Management

by Andrew Buchan

Risk management will increase the probability of success - and reduce the probability of failure - of a business.

It's Your Business - Protect It!

by Matthew Kidd

This article outlines some of the basic principles for protecting the value of your business. Seeking the right advice can help clarify the issues described here and can help you create a simple strategy for protecting your business going forward.

Responding To Changing Demand

by John Cleary

There is only one thing worse than doing nothing to respond to changing demand - and that is doing the wrong thing. The right thing is to manage cost, not simply reduce it.

When Friends Fall Out - Resolving Disputes Between Business Owners

by Gerard Magner

With prompt action and the tactical use of proceedings (or threats of proceedings), disputes can often be resolved in a way that allows the parties to exit or get on with the far more productive activity of running a business.

Email Archiving - A Whole Of Company Issue

by David Thompson

Enron, Morgan Stanley and the Australian Wheat Board are familiar names that may send shivers down the spine of senior managers. All these organisations have been involved in controversy over emails that have cost the company's reputation and/or large fines.

Using A Risk Management System To Solve Business Problems For SMEs

by Chris King

Risk management practices need not be restricted to large organisations. The principles and systems can equally be applied to small and medium sized businesses.

Why You Can Be At Risk From Your Business Systems

by Bruce Drury

Successful financial audit does not guarantee the financial integrity of your business systems. If you are an owner, director or have responsibility for your organisation’s financial controls, then you are carrying risk, as the audit process will not necessarily identify all potential flaws in the systems.

Pandemics And Business Continuity Plans

by Martin Jarvie

Risk assessment and risk management are integral parts of the operation of every business.

Top 10 Asset Protection Strategies

by Macpherson+Kelley Lawyers

For business owners and managers.

10 Quick Tips To Disaster Proof Your Business

by Beryl Shaw

Disasters happen, but if it happens to you - your business doesn’t have to go down the drain. Businesses sometimes burn down. A ‘key’ person in your business or organisation can have an accident, become ill, die. If this key person is you, you don’t want all the hard work you’ve put in over the years to count for nothing. You have a legacy to hand on to others.

Crisis Management - How To Plan For The Unthinkable

by NSW Business Chamber

No business wants to face a crisis that could cause them significant business disruption and result in extensive media coverage.

Risk Management - Tips To Plan A Strategy

As we become more dependent on computer technology in today's business climate, losing access to your computer files can have disastrous consequences, regardless of the size of your organisation.

Leading Your Team In Stressful Times

by Bentleys MRI

While you can never predict the unexpected, you can develop strategies to cope with it. This will help you in a crisis and will reduce ongoing stress by minimising uncertainty in your business.

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