ACP and Gartner Partner on BCM Gender Diversity Survey
After successfully partnering last year on a survey on business resilience and the impact of IT on production and recovery activities, ACP and Gartner, Inc. are following up this year to determine the impact of gender in the BCM workplace.
Business and Continuity Management (BCM) professionals are invited to participate in a study that will provide the data to determine if and how gender diversity impacts the ability of an organization to manage its objectives.
- Gender makeup of the BCM discipline and its leaders
- Benefits and challenges to women entering the BCM field
Your responses will be used in aggregate with the responses of other BCM professionals to aid Gartner analysts in painting a picture of the current state of gender in BCM and how the BCM profession may look in the future. Once the data is analyzed, participating ACP members will receive a copy of the executive summary of the results.
ACP members were emailed an invitation and link to the survey on December 8.
Association of Continuity Professionals (ACP) fosters the growth of the business continuity industry through its network of industry experts, education, and the exchange of information and best practices.
ACP members help facilitate the timely resumption of business operations at acceptable levels following significant interruptions.