Business as usual (business)

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Business as usual (BAU) - the normal execution of standard functional operations within an organization - forms a possible contrast to projects or programmes which might introduce change.[1] BAU may also stand in contradistinction to external events which may have the effect of unsettling or distracting those inside an organisation.[clarification needed][citation needed]

Goals[edit]

The maintenance of BAU is the primary goal of business continuity planning (BCP).[citation needed]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Roberts, Paul. "Chapter 1 The components of effective project management". Guide to project management : getting it right and achieving lasting benefit (2nd ed.). Wiley. ISBN 9781118383704.