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Do You Include BCM in the Performance Reviews of Management?

by Roberta J. Witty  |  February 12, 2018  |  Comments Off on Do You Include BCM in the Performance Reviews of Management?

At the DRI 2018 conference, a reference was made to organizations that include BCM goals and objectives being part of the manager’s performance reviews. It is only at Level 4 maturity – where IT DRM and business recovery are integrate, along with crisis management and supplier risk and contingency management, where we see the inclusion: 70% of Level 4 organizations do evaluate management on their level of performance to BCM goals and objectives.

 BCM goals and objectives are part of the annual performance appraisal of line of business managers Total
Level 1
Level 2
level 3
Level 4
Total answering 1033 329 423 260 20
Not at all 55% 90% 53% 18%
Minimally 23% 8% 32% 27% 20%
Partially 12% 2% 11% 29% 10%
Mostly 7% 3% 20% 30%
Completely 3% 0% 7% 40%

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Roberta J. Witty
Research VP
11 years at Gartner
33 years IT industry

Roberta Witty is a research VP in Gartner Research, where she is part of the Compliance, Risk and Leadership group. Her primary area of focus is business continuity management and disaster recovery. Ms. Witty is the role specialty lead for… Read Full Bio

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