Hammonton, NJ – September, 2012 – As part of National Emergency Preparedness Month, Irving Burton Associates (IBA), developers of the In Case of Crisis mobile app, hosted a webinar on “How to Get Leadership Support for Your Disaster Recovery Plan” on September 18, 2012. Eileen Unger, President of the crisis planning firm Emergency Preparedness Partnerships (EPP), was the featured speaker.
During this webinar, Unger provided a brief overview of disaster/crisis planning and guidance on how to conduct a stakeholder analysis. She provided key information and tips that will help identify the right advocates within your organization for crisis planning. She also went over the barriers or hang-ups that can occur during the crisis planning process and technology options that can be used to make disaster recovery efforts easier and more cost effective.
“Getting support from key stakeholders can mean the difference between a successful crisis planning project, and an initiative that goes nowhere. You can’t underestimate the importance of this”, Unger noted.
Download the slides here.
Watch the recording: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/8980315441038699520
About In Case of Crisis
Developed by leading software and mobile applications developer, Irving Burton Associates (IBA), In Case of Crisis is the premiere smartphone app and crisis communication tool that makes it easier for companies, schools and government to better prepare for emergencies. In Case of Crisis is an all-in-one mobile solution that enables organizations to transform an outdated, static paper-based emergency document into a dynamic, accessible crisis planning tool. With In Case of Crisis organizations can go above and beyond standard emergency information. In Case of Crisis tailors a solution unique to almost any organization. Plans are built, administered and updated online, stored in the cloud and downloaded directly to mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. For more information about In Case of Crisis, please visit www.InCaseofCrisis.com.