Organisational resilience: evolution and application
Organisational resilience, as a concept and in practice, is now on the radar of most organisations. It is often difficult to define, yet most would agree on its importance in assisting organisations to survive and grow. Understanding of theory and practice varies enormously despite a significant body of information on the topic from both practitioners and academics. Therefore, although companies see resilience as a key component of or indeed synonymous with risk management, their approach to resilience differs as well.
Through extensive research over a period of 12 months, Control Risks has sought to shine a light on resilience and its evolution into a modern corporate practice. With our understanding of the core resilience values and tools prioritised by different organisations, Control Risks assists clients in benchmarking their own progress against a theoretical and practical understanding of resilience.
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