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* [[Part_1:_Identification_of_Business_Functions_v2.0| Part 1: Identification of Business Functions]]  
 
* [[Part_1:_Identification_of_Business_Functions_v2.0| Part 1: Identification of Business Functions]]  
 
* [[Part_2:_Impact_Area_Of_Business_Functions_v2.0|Part 2: Impact Area of Business Functions]]  
 
* [[Part_2:_Impact_Area_Of_Business_Functions_v2.0|Part 2: Impact Area of Business Functions]]  
* [[Part 3: Impact Over Time Of Business Functions v2.0| Part 3: Impact Over Time Of Business Functions]]  
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* [[Part 3: Impact Over Time of Business Functions v2.0| Part 3: Impact Over Time Of Business Functions]]  
 
* [[Part_4:_Supporting_IT Systems_and_Applications v2.0| Part 4: Supporting IT Systems and Applications]]  
 
* [[Part_4:_Supporting_IT Systems_and_Applications v2.0| Part 4: Supporting IT Systems and Applications]]  
 
* [[Part_5:_Inter-dependencies_v2.0| Part 5: Inter-dependencies]]  
 
* [[Part_5:_Inter-dependencies_v2.0| Part 5: Inter-dependencies]]  

Revision as of 04:04, 13 January 2020

BCM Planning Methodology:Business Impact Analysis

As part of the Business Impact Analysis (BIA) phase, one method of gathering the necessary data for the analysis of an organization's critical business functions is the used of a Business Impact Analysis Questionnaires (BIAQ).


Content of BIA Questionnaires

Conducting Your Impact Analysis For Business Continuity Planning [1]


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A Manager’s Guide to ISO 22301 Standard for Business Continuity Management System' (2014)




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