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1. Strategic Exercise is ....

(Source: Business Continuity Management Institute - BCM Institute)

2. Exercises involving top management at a strategic level.

Notes (1) : Strategic level top management typically includes inter-ministerial crisis personnel, political-administrative personnel, cross sector and cross departmental management personnel, and the crisis management organization of the corporate management team.

Notes (2) : Strategic exercises are designed to assess reactions to crisis in extreme situations.

Notes (3) : Strategic exercises are designed to develop a comprehensive coordination and decision–making culture in organizations in the public, private, and not-for-profit sectors. ([SOURCE: ISO 22300])

(Source: ISO 22390:2011 - Societal Security - Guidelines for Exercises and Testing) - clause 3.26