This is the point where continuity planning is at its best. Planning for a continuous process is a great way to ensure staff and agency will be prepared and ready for whatever comes next.
For many agencies and organizations, continuity planning is one of the only ways to know what is coming. It allows you to plan for the worst possible case scenario, and prepare for it. This can be applied to both internal and external projects. For an internal project, the worst case could be if a major crisis occurs, however a disaster recovery plan will be even better prepared. For an external project, a disaster recovery plan will be the only plan that is likely to work.
That is not to imply that the plan for continuity planning will be flawless, rather that it will be better prepared than it would be if you were working on a project that isn’t as disaster-prone as it could be.
It doesn’t matter if you’re working on a disaster-prone project, or if you are working on an internal project, continuity planning will be the only plan that can work. The only way to get the plan in place is if you make a plan for continuity, and you can’t.
The last thing you want to happen is for a project to go wrong, and then youre stuck with having to pull your plans out of the proverbial fire. Of course, you could plan for continuity without planning for continuity, but you would probably end up doing a better job, so better would probably be better. You also have to plan for unforeseen circumstances.
As someone who has worked in the government and who has been on the inside with various groups, I know that planning for continuity is one of the most important things. Many people who come in and start projects do so with no plans in place, or with some vague idea that says nothing will go wrong, and that they will be fine.
This is why I believe a major part of continuity planning is to actually get a plan together, and to do it in a way that is clear and detailed, with specific dates and resources. If you’re working with multiple organizations, getting a detailed plan together for each is just as important as getting a plan for each individual project. There’s a big difference between being able to tell everyone to stick to their dates and not having a plan in place.
Yes, that is a really good way to lose a couple months’ work, so that you could get your ducks in a row and have a clear, detailed goal for the month. However, if you’re working with multiple agencies or departments, having some kind of plan in place to be able to tell each person what their job is, what their time commitments are, and what they should be doing, should be a priority.
You should also make sure your team members know what their jobs are. This is something we have noticed over the course of doing this work in our agency. The most important thing to remember is that continuity planning is a process that is going to take time, and you do not want to be late. That being said, you want to have everyone on the same page, regardless of their job title.
Continuity planning is an important step in the planning process because it gives agents and personnel the information they need to be ready for any event that might occur. You can’t just tell them when you’ll be on call, or what your schedule is. People need to know that you aren’t going to be home at a certain time. You should be ready to respond when your contact calls, and also to respond when he calls again. You should also plan in advance what activities you will conduct.