Livestock Co. was established as milling company of the city of Abidjan. In April 2010, a grain silo at Livestock Co. burst spilling animal feed grain onto the ground. Luckily, there were no injuries or damage to any of the other silos, but if it had been more extensive it could have disrupted the company’s milling activities. Companies like Livestock Co. need a business continuity management (BCM) plan to minimize the adverse effects of any disruption to an organization’s activities and to ensure a rapid return to normalcy of operations. A BCM plan will help local management to know exactly what is needed to be done to safeguard employees, secure buildings and protect customer information in the event of a catastrophic incident.Tene’s research evaluates the process for developing a BCM plan and offers an implementation process to ensure its smooth execution.The book highlights the importance of business leaders embracing the process of business continuity management.