Terror attacks, war with Iraq, natural disasters -- any extraordinary event could have a devastating effect on the health of your business. To help business leaders better cope, Inc.com has assembled its best articles on managing and leading through a crisis. Use these articles to put a plan into place that will ensure you and your business can effectively face and survive the challenges adverse incidents can present.
Disaster Response and Recovery
Articles written in response to the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks remind us that having disaster plans in place can help us prepare for any emergency.
Many businesses have a disaster plan to prevent an unforseen meltdown, but few have put their plan to the test. MSS Group (#135 on the 2000 Inc. 500 list) discovered that its disaster plan was disastrously flawed.
Putting plans in place to weather any adverse incident, including war, can greatly improve your chances of surviving.
Norm Brodsky's account of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, reminds us that its imperative for businesses to make plans for moving forward in the case of any emergency in order to ensure the survival of your company.