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Toward a modeling Tool for Business Continuity Management

Abstract : Nowadays, Business continuity management (BCM) has become an important topic in most sectors of activity, for government organizations as well as for business owners and their stakeholders, especially after the pandemic of COVID-19. For years, companies and organizations have been working on their BCM strategies to deal with disruptive events like floods, terrorist attacks, and pandemics. As the business environment is becoming increasingly competitive, having a well-established and clear BCM tool is a priority rather than merely providing verbose documents of business continuity plans(BCP) in which management rules and instructions are specified in a textual manner that makes their implementation very difficult. This present research sets out to fulfill this need by designing a dedicated tool, named “BeC@RE”, which supports the efficient application of the BCM framework. Therefore, a literature analysis was conducted to investigate the scientific foundations of BCM in order to point out the main components and features needed to be implemented and supported by this dedicated tool. “BeC@RE” tool was implemented using the ADOxx meta-modeling platform which is openly available, allowing its adoption and use in BCM practice.
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Ghassen Frikha, Elyes Lamine, Daouda Kamissoko, Frederick Benaben, Hervé Pingaud. Toward a modeling Tool for Business Continuity Management. INCOM 2021 - 17th IFAC Symposium on Information Control Problems in Manufacturing, Jun 2021, Budapest, Hungary. pp.1156-1161, ⟨10.1016/j.ifacol.2021.08.136⟩. ⟨hal-03424425⟩



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