This chapter presents an organizational and strategic "perspective" on the impact of Organizational Dynamics on the overall performance of organizations that employ Business Continuity (BC) Management (BCM). It employs both organizational dynamics and strategic thinking for BCM in making its conclusions. The chapter discusses the perspective that BC is a Capability that has been employed by many organizations to improve the resilience of their business functions. BC is a "dynamic" process that reacts to changes in the business, as the business itself reacts to changes in threats to the business posed by natural events, accidents, man-made events, geopolitical moves, and other various threats. In many organizations, an example of the development of Capabilities to create outcomes and results for an organization can be found in the formation and activity of a Program Management Office (PMO).