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Dealing with Disruption

By October 1, 2019March 30th, 2020No Comments

Business disruption referred to sudden shocks to a company’s operations that caused immediate but relatively limited damage. Such events could range from equipment malfunctions and power failures to the ­fallout from natural catastrophes or political unrest. However, the concept of “disruption” is evolving to include threats to a company’s long-term viability posed by more agile competitors, increased regulation, changes in consumer tastes and new technologies.

Originally by Neil Hodge for RISK MANAGEMENT, read the full article here.