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The Directors & Boards Survey: Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

Methodology

Business Continuity Programs

This Directors & Boards survey was conducted in February 2006 via the web, with an email invitation to participate. The invitation was emailed to the recipients of Directors & Boards’ monthly e-Briefing. A total of 332 usable surveys were completed.

About the respondents

How important is business continuity planning/disaster recovery to your company?

Somewhat important

16.0%

Not important

3.5%

Extremely important

(Multiple responses allowed)

A director of a publicly held company

  • 8.%

Important

52.8%

A senior level executive (CEO, CFO, CxO) of a publicly held company

9.% 36.%

A director of a privately held company A senior level executive (CEO, CFO, CxO)

of a privately held company A director of a non-prot entity Institutional shareholder Other shareholder Academic Auditor, consultant, board advisor Attorney

3.9% 7.6% 4.9% 17.8% 8% 3.9% 6.7%

An investor relations professional/ocer 1.8%

Other

9.%

27.8%

Revenues

(For the primary company of the respondent)

Average revenues: Less than $50 million $51 million-$500 million $501 million to $999 million $1 billion to $10 billion More than $10 billion

$.773 billion

    • 57.1

      %

    • 9.8

      %

8%

    • 19.6

      %

    • 5.5

      %

Board Service

(Average number of boards respondents serve)

Public Company:

1.1

Private Company:

1.53

Charitable

1.59

Total:

4.33

Does your company have a business continuity management program?

Does your company have a crisis management plan?

No

19.3%

In process of creating

6.9%

Yes, plan in place for less than year

13.1%

Yes, plan in place for more than a year

39.3%

Other

1.4%

No In process of creating Yes, plan in place for less than year Yes, plan in place for more than a year Other

  • 8.1%

  • 3.3%

11%

    • 36.3

      %

    • 1.4

      %

Does your company have a disaster recovery plan?

No In process of creating Yes, plan in place for less than year Yes, plan in place for more than a year Other

  • 4.3%

  • 3.6%

    • 13.9

      %

    • 36.1

      %

      • .1%

No In process of creating

37.9% 1.4%

Yes, plan in place for less than year Yes, plan in place for more than a year Other

11.7% 6.9% .1%

Does your company have an executive transition/leadership plan in the event of the sudden death of key leaders?

Boardroom Brieng: Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

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