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Organizations that don't make contingency plans often do poorly when setbacks happen. Learn why contingency planning is critical to long-term success.

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But what if your main supplier suddenly goes bankrupt? Or, your entire sales force gets food poisoning at the annual sales conference? Or, your payroll clerk calls in sick on payroll day?

These things can all cause confusion and disorder if you haven''''t prepared for them properly. Contingency planning is a key part of this preparation.

Starting and running a small business is an inherently risky practice because there is no guarantee that a new venture will attain profitability. Unforeseen events or disasters can be especially harmful to a business. For example, a fire, earthquake or flood can make it impossible to continue operating a business normally. A contingency plan is a business document that lays out a course of action a business will take in response to future events.

The purpose of a contingency plan is for a business to have a specific set of instructions in place if certain events that may interrupt normal business operations occur. For example, a massage business might plan to move operations to a different location if its main location is damaged by a natural disaster. Similarly, a pizza shop might plan to start an aggressive advertising campaign if a competing pizza shop opens nearby.

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But what if your main supplier suddenly goes bankrupt? Or, your entire sales force gets food poisoning at the annual sales conference? Or, your payroll clerk calls in sick on payroll day?

These things can all cause confusion and disorder if you haven''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''t prepared for them properly. Contingency planning is a key part of this preparation.

Starting and running a small business is an inherently risky practice because there is no guarantee that a new venture will attain profitability. Unforeseen events or disasters can be especially harmful to a business. For example, a fire, earthquake or flood can make it impossible to continue operating a business normally. A contingency plan is a business document that lays out a course of action a business will take in response to future events.

The purpose of a contingency plan is for a business to have a specific set of instructions in place if certain events that may interrupt normal business operations occur. For example, a massage business might plan to move operations to a different location if its main location is damaged by a natural disaster. Similarly, a pizza shop might plan to start an aggressive advertising campaign if a competing pizza shop opens nearby.

One of the most common occurrences in an office practice is a late patient. It can wreak havoc in an otherwise smoothly flowing day. Proactive practices anticipate that this will occur and have standard policies and scripts that go into effect upon the late arrival. For example, one team lets the patient know that the provider has moved on to the next patient, but they will make every attempt to work them in by the end of the session as the schedule allows, without causing the provider to be late for the other patients.

A well-written, carefully planned script is useful in almost any unexpected, yet predictable situation. It allows staff to quickly and confidently follow protocols, presenting a prepared and caring manner to the patients. Teams find this especially useful for the clerical staff who need to quickly and professionally deal first-hand with these tricky situations or phone calls.

The rising costs of health insurance and the overall running of a business has made it very difficult for business owners to make ends meet. Prepaid Plans™ helps alleviate some of that financial pressure by providing business owners with access to a nationwide network of pre-qualified attorneys that will provide you with free and discounted legal services. Members will have access to legal plan attorneys that will provide you with the following services:

Attorney will review as many as 5 independent documents each quarter. These include business documents, contracts, signed or unsigned, up to 10 pages each.

Organizations create contingency plans, sometimes called a "Plan B," to prepare for something bad that could affect the organization''s ability to function. Developing an effective contingency plan is essential for any organization. Many things can put an organization at risk, from a technical disaster (like a data breach) to a natural one (like a flood). Writing contingency plans prepares an organization for such possibilities.

But what if your main supplier suddenly goes bankrupt? Or, your entire sales force gets food poisoning at the annual sales conference? Or, your payroll clerk calls in sick on payroll day?

These things can all cause confusion and disorder if you haven''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''t prepared for them properly. Contingency planning is a key part of this preparation.

Starting and running a small business is an inherently risky practice because there is no guarantee that a new venture will attain profitability. Unforeseen events or disasters can be especially harmful to a business. For example, a fire, earthquake or flood can make it impossible to continue operating a business normally. A contingency plan is a business document that lays out a course of action a business will take in response to future events.

The purpose of a contingency plan is for a business to have a specific set of instructions in place if certain events that may interrupt normal business operations occur. For example, a massage business might plan to move operations to a different location if its main location is damaged by a natural disaster. Similarly, a pizza shop might plan to start an aggressive advertising campaign if a competing pizza shop opens nearby.

One of the most common occurrences in an office practice is a late patient. It can wreak havoc in an otherwise smoothly flowing day. Proactive practices anticipate that this will occur and have standard policies and scripts that go into effect upon the late arrival. For example, one team lets the patient know that the provider has moved on to the next patient, but they will make every attempt to work them in by the end of the session as the schedule allows, without causing the provider to be late for the other patients.

A well-written, carefully planned script is useful in almost any unexpected, yet predictable situation. It allows staff to quickly and confidently follow protocols, presenting a prepared and caring manner to the patients. Teams find this especially useful for the clerical staff who need to quickly and professionally deal first-hand with these tricky situations or phone calls.

The rising costs of health insurance and the overall running of a business has made it very difficult for business owners to make ends meet. Prepaid Plans™ helps alleviate some of that financial pressure by providing business owners with access to a nationwide network of pre-qualified attorneys that will provide you with free and discounted legal services. Members will have access to legal plan attorneys that will provide you with the following services:

Attorney will review as many as 5 independent documents each quarter. These include business documents, contracts, signed or unsigned, up to 10 pages each.

Organizations create contingency plans, sometimes called a "Plan B," to prepare for something bad that could affect the organization''''s ability to function. Developing an effective contingency plan is essential for any organization. Many things can put an organization at risk, from a technical disaster (like a data breach) to a natural one (like a flood). Writing contingency plans prepares an organization for such possibilities.

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But what if your main supplier suddenly goes bankrupt? Or, your entire sales force gets food poisoning at the annual sales conference? Or, your payroll clerk calls in sick on payroll day?

These things can all cause confusion and disorder if you haven''''''''t prepared for them properly. Contingency planning is a key part of this preparation.

Starting and running a small business is an inherently risky practice because there is no guarantee that a new venture will attain profitability. Unforeseen events or disasters can be especially harmful to a business. For example, a fire, earthquake or flood can make it impossible to continue operating a business normally. A contingency plan is a business document that lays out a course of action a business will take in response to future events.

The purpose of a contingency plan is for a business to have a specific set of instructions in place if certain events that may interrupt normal business operations occur. For example, a massage business might plan to move operations to a different location if its main location is damaged by a natural disaster. Similarly, a pizza shop might plan to start an aggressive advertising campaign if a competing pizza shop opens nearby.

One of the most common occurrences in an office practice is a late patient. It can wreak havoc in an otherwise smoothly flowing day. Proactive practices anticipate that this will occur and have standard policies and scripts that go into effect upon the late arrival. For example, one team lets the patient know that the provider has moved on to the next patient, but they will make every attempt to work them in by the end of the session as the schedule allows, without causing the provider to be late for the other patients.

A well-written, carefully planned script is useful in almost any unexpected, yet predictable situation. It allows staff to quickly and confidently follow protocols, presenting a prepared and caring manner to the patients. Teams find this especially useful for the clerical staff who need to quickly and professionally deal first-hand with these tricky situations or phone calls.

The natural variation in supply and demand that occurs as part of the everyday functioning of a practice often creates problems that contingency plans can address

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But what if your main supplier suddenly goes bankrupt? Or, your entire sales force gets food poisoning at the annual sales conference? Or, your payroll clerk calls in sick on payroll day?

These things can all cause confusion and disorder if you haven''t prepared for them properly. Contingency planning is a key part of this preparation.

But what if your main supplier suddenly goes bankrupt? Or, your entire sales force gets food poisoning at the annual sales conference? Or, your payroll clerk calls in sick on payroll day?

These things can all cause confusion and disorder if you haven''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''t prepared for them properly. Contingency planning is a key part of this preparation.

Starting and running a small business is an inherently risky practice because there is no guarantee that a new venture will attain profitability. Unforeseen events or disasters can be especially harmful to a business. For example, a fire, earthquake or flood can make it impossible to continue operating a business normally. A contingency plan is a business document that lays out a course of action a business will take in response to future events.

The purpose of a contingency plan is for a business to have a specific set of instructions in place if certain events that may interrupt normal business operations occur. For example, a massage business might plan to move operations to a different location if its main location is damaged by a natural disaster. Similarly, a pizza shop might plan to start an aggressive advertising campaign if a competing pizza shop opens nearby.

One of the most common occurrences in an office practice is a late patient. It can wreak havoc in an otherwise smoothly flowing day. Proactive practices anticipate that this will occur and have standard policies and scripts that go into effect upon the late arrival. For example, one team lets the patient know that the provider has moved on to the next patient, but they will make every attempt to work them in by the end of the session as the schedule allows, without causing the provider to be late for the other patients.

A well-written, carefully planned script is useful in almost any unexpected, yet predictable situation. It allows staff to quickly and confidently follow protocols, presenting a prepared and caring manner to the patients. Teams find this especially useful for the clerical staff who need to quickly and professionally deal first-hand with these tricky situations or phone calls.

The rising costs of health insurance and the overall running of a business has made it very difficult for business owners to make ends meet. Prepaid Plans™ helps alleviate some of that financial pressure by providing business owners with access to a nationwide network of pre-qualified attorneys that will provide you with free and discounted legal services. Members will have access to legal plan attorneys that will provide you with the following services:

Attorney will review as many as 5 independent documents each quarter. These include business documents, contracts, signed or unsigned, up to 10 pages each.

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But what if your main supplier suddenly goes bankrupt? Or, your entire sales force gets food poisoning at the annual sales conference? Or, your payroll clerk calls in sick on payroll day?

These things can all cause confusion and disorder if you haven''''''''''''''''t prepared for them properly. Contingency planning is a key part of this preparation.

Starting and running a small business is an inherently risky practice because there is no guarantee that a new venture will attain profitability. Unforeseen events or disasters can be especially harmful to a business. For example, a fire, earthquake or flood can make it impossible to continue operating a business normally. A contingency plan is a business document that lays out a course of action a business will take in response to future events.

The purpose of a contingency plan is for a business to have a specific set of instructions in place if certain events that may interrupt normal business operations occur. For example, a massage business might plan to move operations to a different location if its main location is damaged by a natural disaster. Similarly, a pizza shop might plan to start an aggressive advertising campaign if a competing pizza shop opens nearby.

One of the most common occurrences in an office practice is a late patient. It can wreak havoc in an otherwise smoothly flowing day. Proactive practices anticipate that this will occur and have standard policies and scripts that go into effect upon the late arrival. For example, one team lets the patient know that the provider has moved on to the next patient, but they will make every attempt to work them in by the end of the session as the schedule allows, without causing the provider to be late for the other patients.

A well-written, carefully planned script is useful in almost any unexpected, yet predictable situation. It allows staff to quickly and confidently follow protocols, presenting a prepared and caring manner to the patients. Teams find this especially useful for the clerical staff who need to quickly and professionally deal first-hand with these tricky situations or phone calls.

The rising costs of health insurance and the overall running of a business has made it very difficult for business owners to make ends meet. Prepaid Plans™ helps alleviate some of that financial pressure by providing business owners with access to a nationwide network of pre-qualified attorneys that will provide you with free and discounted legal services. Members will have access to legal plan attorneys that will provide you with the following services:

Attorney will review as many as 5 independent documents each quarter. These include business documents, contracts, signed or unsigned, up to 10 pages each.

But what if your main supplier suddenly goes bankrupt? Or, your entire sales force gets food poisoning at the annual sales conference? Or, your payroll clerk calls in sick on payroll day?

These things can all cause confusion and disorder if you haven''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''t prepared for them properly. Contingency planning is a key part of this preparation.

Starting and running a small business is an inherently risky practice because there is no guarantee that a new venture will attain profitability. Unforeseen events or disasters can be especially harmful to a business. For example, a fire, earthquake or flood can make it impossible to continue operating a business normally. A contingency plan is a business document that lays out a course of action a business will take in response to future events.

The purpose of a contingency plan is for a business to have a specific set of instructions in place if certain events that may interrupt normal business operations occur. For example, a massage business might plan to move operations to a different location if its main location is damaged by a natural disaster. Similarly, a pizza shop might plan to start an aggressive advertising campaign if a competing pizza shop opens nearby.

One of the most common occurrences in an office practice is a late patient. It can wreak havoc in an otherwise smoothly flowing day. Proactive practices anticipate that this will occur and have standard policies and scripts that go into effect upon the late arrival. For example, one team lets the patient know that the provider has moved on to the next patient, but they will make every attempt to work them in by the end of the session as the schedule allows, without causing the provider to be late for the other patients.

A well-written, carefully planned script is useful in almost any unexpected, yet predictable situation. It allows staff to quickly and confidently follow protocols, presenting a prepared and caring manner to the patients. Teams find this especially useful for the clerical staff who need to quickly and professionally deal first-hand with these tricky situations or phone calls.

The rising costs of health insurance and the overall running of a business has made it very difficult for business owners to make ends meet. Prepaid Plans™ helps alleviate some of that financial pressure by providing business owners with access to a nationwide network of pre-qualified attorneys that will provide you with free and discounted legal services. Members will have access to legal plan attorneys that will provide you with the following services:

Attorney will review as many as 5 independent documents each quarter. These include business documents, contracts, signed or unsigned, up to 10 pages each.

Organizations create contingency plans, sometimes called a "Plan B," to prepare for something bad that could affect the organization's ability to function. Developing an effective contingency plan is essential for any organization. Many things can put an organization at risk, from a technical disaster (like a data breach) to a natural one (like a flood). Writing contingency plans prepares an organization for such possibilities.

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They don t want to spend money at it. Money spent to prepare for a contingency is money wasted if that contingency does not occur.

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But what if your main supplier suddenly goes bankrupt? Or, your entire sales force gets food poisoning at the annual sales conference? Or, your payroll clerk calls in sick on payroll day?

These things can all cause confusion and disorder if you haven't prepared for them properly. Contingency planning is a key part of this preparation.