C'mon, somebody must be doing this by now...

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Why not start with a plan for the employees' personal needs? (In reality everyone looks after #1 first, so why not openly acknowledge it). Once employees figure out what their families' needs would be in a serious utility or supply chain failure, they are ready to understand the critical vulnerabilities of their employer. Employees will also quickly understand that their own survival is directly linked to a whole of business effort to keep the company intact in such an event.

Y2K as a Management Opportunity by Chris Gilbey


-- Critt Jarvis (middleground@critt.com), May 06, 1999


Critt -- It's easy for us since we're small and I'm the boss, but we are doing that with our staff and the results have, as you implied, been quite positive.

-- BigDog (BigDog@duffer.com), May 06, 1999.

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