Organizational Resilience – How Do You Know If Your Organization Is Resilient or Not?

There are two principle ways to approach resilience measurement; either to try to collect information about as many functions as possible in an organization or to use an indicator that will reflect how an organization is going to manage an unexpected event. Read more

2016-10-05T09:02:56+00:00 Research, Resilience|

LOW PROBABILITY HIGH IMPACT RISKS AS A SOURCE OF SUCCESS: THE CHALLENGE OF RESILIENCE MANAGEMENT

Improving efficiency may prove to be a harmful strategy in a global environment that is full of sudden twists, surprises, and shocks. In this situation decision makers have two alternative strategies; either invest in anticipation and thus be better prepared for changes – or surrender to uncertainty, and build success out of a risk environment. [...]

2016-10-05T05:23:46+00:00 Research, Resilience|

Resilience

Resilience Planning for “unknown unknowns” is in principle a challenge to the imagination; we have to systematically extend our understanding by pushing the borders of our existing thinking outward from our current perception of what is relevant, what is logical, what is causal. Principles: We apply four design principles in our Resilience Portfolio method. In [...]

2016-07-18T03:49:12+00:00 Resilience, Tools|