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Key elements for successful planning

How are the key stages required to prepare an emergency plan carried out in practice? Watch emergency planning expert John Lee to find out more.

You have now seen some of the key stages required to prepare an emergency plan. How is this carried out in practice?

John Lee currently works with the John Lewis Partnership, where he is responsible for developing the organisation’s capability to respond to disruptive challenges. He has also carried out similar roles in Coventry Building Society, Severn Trent Water, and the National Grid.

Watch this interview in which he shares what he thinks are the key elements in preparing an emergency plan.

Your task

  • Who might be the stakeholders for an emergency plan in your organisation?
  • How would you improve stakeholder buy-in?
  • Do you think that there are any other important challenges that are not covered in this interview?
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