International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management
Volume 10, Issue 1, March 2019, PP 57-68

Coexistence of Business Continuity Management and Controlling: Controlling Use as a Moderator of Relation Between BCM Maturity and Organizational Results

Ulrich Bauer, Sigrid Weller


The paper is devoted to the analysis of the influence of Controlling use on Business Continuity Management (BCM). The analysis concentrates on BCM maturity and its influence on organizational results. It is assumed that Controlling use is one of factors influencing that relation. Empirical research is conducted to verify formulated hypotheses based on results obtained from more than 1000 organizations from two business contexts (Poland and Switzerland) in order to determine whether Controlling use is a moderator of the relation between BCM maturity and organizational results.


Key words: Business Continuity Management, BCM Maturity, Controlling, management, organizational results
Article history: Received (23.11.2018); Revised (09.01.2019); Accepted (04.02.2019)
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