Our conclusion here is not simply that defined contents of personality do not exist. Rather, it is that if we define personality as contents and in no further, more basic way, then we cannot expect to use the same concepts to explain just how these contents change. And, inasmuch as it will have been just these contents which define the personality (and the respects in which change must occur if it is to be important personality change), exactly this theoretically impossible task is posed when personality theories come to explain change.
Specifically, according to Kirvan, a business continuity plan ( BCP ) contains contact information; change management procedures; guidelines on how and when to use the plan; step-by-step procedures; and a schedule for reviewing, testing and updating. A disaster recovery plan ( DRP ) features a summary of key action steps and contact information, the defined responsibilities of the DR team, guidelines for when to use the plan, the DR policy statement, plan goals, incident response and recovery steps, authentication tools, geographical risks and plan history.