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  • Manage Your BC Career Elevating Your BC Career & Assessing Your Worth Cheyene Haase BC Management, Inc.
  • Introduction to BC Management, Inc.
    • Founded in March 2000.
    • Headquartered in Irvine, CA.
    • An executive search firm exclusively placing business continuity, disaster recovery, information security and emergency management professionals internationally.
    • Confidential assistance in personnel placing.
    • Free e-Newsletter detailing Top Talent & Current Job Openings.
    • Annual BC/DR salary and BC program review.
    • Benchmarking individual companies on salary and BC program review.
  • Topics of Presentation
    • Progression to Today’s BC Professional
    • Profiling Today’s BC Professional
    • BC Career Path
    • Credentials in Demand
    • Assess Your Career
    • Increase Your Marketability
    • Tomorrow’s BC Professional
    • Your Fair Market Value
    • National & Local Compensation Review
    • Ensure Your Marketability
  • Career Progression
    • Technology Driven
      • 1970’s – 1998
      • “ Disaster Recovery”
      • Data Processing/ Data Center Focus
      • Technology Lead to a DR Career
      • Lack of a Focused BC/DR Career Path
    • Business Driven
    • 1998 – Current
      • “ Enterprise Contingency Planning”
      • Risk & Crisis Management/ Enterprise Focus
      • Multiple Careers Lead to a BC Career
      • An Evolving, Upward BC Career Path
  • Profiling Current BC Professionals
    • Job Title
    • Specialty Focus
    • Industry
    • Working Experience
    • Field Experience
    • IT Expertise
    • Education
    • Business Competencies in BC
    • Technical Competencies in DR
    • Primary Career prior to BC/DR
  • Profiling Current BC Professionals
    • 27% of BCP Personnel are Planners, Coordinators, Administrators, 30% are Managers, AVPs and Project Managers, 13% are VP/Directors, 4% are Global Managers and 2% Chief Officers.
    • 37% BC, 20% DR & 5% each Crisis Mgmt, Emergency Mgmt, & Project Mgmt.
    • 25% in Financial industry, 15% Consulting, 8% Insurance.
    • 35% - 21-30 yrs Working Experience.
    • 45% - 4-10 yrs Field Experience.
    • 66% - IT Expertise of 5-8
    • (scale of 1-10 with 10 being the highest)
    • 44% - Bachelor Degree & 25% Master Degree
  • Business Competencies in BC
    • BC/DR plan Test & Exercise
    • Maintenance of BC/DR Program
    • Implementation of BC/DR Program
    • Development of BC/DR Program
    • Evaluate BC/DR Program
    • Interaction with other fields
    • Rolling out a Corporate BC/DR Program
    • BIA/ Risk Assessment
    • Recommending Appropriate BC/DR Program
    • Developing a Training Program
    • Selling to Executives on BC/DR Importance
    • Gap Analysis
    • Developing Business Case Scenarios
    Skills from most experienced to least experienced
  • Technical Competencies in BC
    • Offsite Recovery
    • Data Center Recovery
    • Systems Recovery
    • Data Center Reviews
    • Platform/ Application Recovery
    • High Availability
    • Network Recovery
    • Storage
    • Database Recovery
    • ERP Recovery
    Skills from most experienced to least experienced
  • Primary Career Prior to BC
    • 35% Information Technology
        • (22% from IT-Systems)
    • 12% Project Management
    • 7% Business Analyst
    • 4% Risk Management
    • 4% Information Security
    • 3% each Audit; Health & Safety; Military Services
  • BC Career Path Use: Continuity, Assurance, Enterprise & Readiness Avoid: Recovery & Disaster Chief Officer Global Manager Vice President/ Director Manager/ AVP/ Program Manager Specialist/ Strategist/ Analyst Entry-level
  • Credentials in Demand
    • Certification
    • Advanced Education
    • Expertise in both Business & Technology
    • Global BC Experience
    • Wide Array of Tangent Skills
    • Proven Experience Executing in a Disaster
    • Strong Soft Skills
  • Soft Skills
    • Polished Presentation Skills
    • Proven Program Management
    • Training Expertise
    • Engage All Levels
    • Develop Business Case Scenarios
    • Understand a Culture Fit
    • Ability to Execute
    • True Passion
  • Value of Professional Certifications
    • Most Recognized
    • Benefits
      • For You
      • For Your Company
    • Dual Certifications
      • What Makes Sense For You?
    • Current Certification Trends
      • Increase in CBCP
      • Wide Array of Multiple Certifications
  • Assess Your Career
    • Career Planning
        • Where do you want to be in 5 & 10 years?
    • Evaluate Current Credentials/ Competencies
    • Evaluate Current Opportunity.
        • Employer, Boss, Co-workers, & Responsibilities
    • Conduct a SWOT
    • Be Strategic & Create Opportunities
  • Increase Your Marketability
    • Brand Yourself.
    • Become Certified or Dual Certified.
    • Earn a Bachelor or Masters Degree.
    • Take Advantage of other Training/ Educational Opportunities.
    • Improve your Presentation Skills.
    • Sharpen your Business or Technology Knowledge.
    • Expand your Expertise in Tangent Fields.
    • Become an Expert/ Leader in the Field.
  • Tomorrow’s BC Professional
    • Increased Visibility
    • Continue to Incorporate Enterprise Planning
    • Focused and Elevating Career Path
    • Continued Global Awareness
  • Your Fair Market Value?
  • What is Your Fair Value?
    • $ Years of Field & Work Experience
    • $ Job Title & Reporting Structure
    • $ Certification
    • $ Degreed
    • $ IT Expertise
    • $ Geography
    • $ Industry Specialty
    • $ Previous Career
    • $ Competency Knowledge
    • $ Travel
    • $ Work History
    • $ Program Management
    • $ Leadership Capabilities
    • $ Staff Management
    • $ Intangible Skills – Soft Skills, Strategic Planning & Execution
    • National Compensation Review
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  • Average Total Compensation by Job Title - USA
    • Review Handout
  • Average Total Compensation by Certification - USA
    • Review Handout
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  • Average Total Compensation by Geography - USA
    • Review Handout
  • Average Total Compensation by Industry - USA
    • Review Handout
  • Average Total Compensation by Prior Career - USA
    • Review handout
  • Average Bonus Percentage of Base Salary - USA
    • Review Handout
    • Local Compensation Review
  • Profiling of Local Respondents
    • 34 Respondents in Denver, CO – (303 & 720 area codes only)
      • 30 Full-Time Employees
      • 4 Independent Contractors
    • 3.1% of Total Survey Respondents (1,102 Permanently Full-time Employed Respondents from the United States.)
  • Profiling of Local Respondents
  • Profiling of Local Respondents
  • Profiling of Local Respondents
    • Average of 11-15 years Field Experience
    • Average of 26-30 years Work Experience.
    • Majority are Degreed Professionals
        • 5 – HS, 8 – AD, 9 - Bachelor, 6 – Master, 0 - Doctorate
    • Average IT Expertise rating of 7.4 (scale of 1-10 with 10 being the highest).
    • 4 Respondents Changed Jobs in 2005.
    • Majority of Total Compensations Increased
        • 20 – Increased, 3 – Decreased, 5 – No Change
  • BCP Salaries Increased Locally * 2004 Average Bonus is $9,544 without the high of $52,000. * 2005 Average Bonus is $14,840 without the high of $120,077 and $9,829 with bonuses $20,000 and under. * 57% of Respondents Received Bonuses in 2004 & 2005. * 2004 Average Total Compensation = $87,425 * 2005 Average Total Compensation = $96,982
  • * 7-10 Years Experience had 2 Respondents with $200K + Total Compensation.
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  • * Average Total Compensation for Non-Certified Respondents is $84,600 without the high of $272,077. Average Total Compensation by Certification
  • Average Total Compensation by Certification
    • * Average Total Compensation for CBCP Certified
    • Respondents is $91,655 without the high of $205,000.
    • Of those Certified, 9% Attributed an Increase in their Total Compensation to becoming Certified.
      • Average Increase of $2,500
  • * Average Total Compensation for High School Respondents is $75,500 without the high of $272,077.
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  • *Other Category includes Computer Services, Insurance, & Retail.
  • *Other Category includes Business Analyst, Information Security, Physical Security, Government, Sales, Change Management, Operations, Legal Administration & Non-Profit.
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  • Profiling for Local BCP Planners/ Coordinators/ Administrators
  • Profiling for Local BCP Planners/ Coordinators/ Administrators
    • Average of 7-10 years Field Experience
    • Average of 26-30 years Work Experience.
    • Majority with Associate Degree or High School Degree.
        • 3 – HS, 4 – AD, 2 - Bachelor, 1 – Master, 0 - Doctorate
    • Average IT Expertise rating of 6.5 (scale of 1-10 with 10 being the highest).
    • 1 Respondent Changed Jobs in 2005.
    • Majority of Total Compensations Increased
        • 8 – Increased, 0 – Decreased, 2 – No Change
  • BCP Salaries Increased for Planners/ Coordinators/ Administrators * 50% of Respondents Received Bonuses in 2004 & 2005. * 2004 Average Total Compensation = $71,750 * 2005 Average Total Compensation = $74,380
  • Average Total Compensation by Certification - Planner
  • Profiling for Local BCP Managers/ AVPs/ Project Managers
  • Profiling for Local BCP Managers/ AVPs/ Project Managers
    • Average of 11-15 years Field Experience
    • Average of 21-25 years Work Experience.
    • Majority of Respondents are Degreed.
        • 0 – HS, 2 – AD, 4 - Bachelor, 3 – Master, 0 - Doctorate
    • Average IT Expertise rating of 6.6 (scale of 1-10 with 10 being the highest).
    • 2 Respondents Changed Jobs in 2005.
    • Majority of Total Compensations Increased
        • 6 – Increased, 2 – Decreased, 1 – No Change
  • BCP Salaries Increased for Managers/ AVPs/ Project Managers * 44% of Respondents Received Bonuses in 2004 & 2005. * 2004 Average Total Compensation = $86,603 * 2005 Average Total Compensation = $90,381
  • Ensure Your Marketability
    • Develop Your Brand and Guard It.
    • Continuously Assess Your Career Path.
    • Seek Out Ways to Sharpen Your Skills.
    • Always be Networking with Your Peers.
    • Create a Positive Impact for Your Company.
    • Be a Leader or a Contributor Your Colleagues Want to Work For or With.
  • Questions ? BC Management, Inc. Phone: (888) 250-7001 Website: www.bcmanagement.com