There are lots of reasons organizations don't have business continuity plans or don't have working business continuity plans. Maybe the senior leadership isn't interested in putting much money into what they view as a cost center. Perhaps they are suffering from "it-won't-happen-here" syndrome. It is possible that no one has really sat down and identified the potential for disruptions or simply has not the time or resources to figure out how to recover from those disruptions. Whatever the reason, it is definitely time to correct the situation. This issue can help you begin, refine, improve or rethink your plan... read on.