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Women’s Future in BCM Requires Innovation, Collaboration and Adaptability Capabilities, and Professional Respect From Management

Women’s Future in BCM Requires Innovation, Collaboration and Adaptability Capabilities, and Professional Respect From Management

In an article by Roberta Witty, Gartner has published the results of a survey jointly conducted with the Association of Continuity Professionals looking at gender diversity in the business continuity profession.
The results presented in this research are based on a Gartner survey conducted to explore two objectives: the gender makeup of the BCM discipline and its leaders, and the benefits and challenges to women entering the BCM field.
“BCM professional and technical skills can be taught relatively easily, whereas behaviors and soft skills are harder to change and develop…”

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