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Defining Organisational Resilience - What can we do?

Organisational Resilience Organizational resilience is the ability of an organization to adapt and respond effectively to unexpected and disruptive events or changes in its environment. It is a key factor in the success and sustainability of an organization in the long term. A resilient organization is one that can withstand and recover from adversity, and even thrive in the face of challenges. There are several key components of organizational resilience, including:

  1. Risk management: The ability to identify and assess potential risks and implement strategies to mitigate or manage them.

  2. Business continuity planning: The ability to maintain critical business functions and operations during and after a disruption.

  3. Crisis management: The ability to respond effectively to a crisis or emergency situation, including communication and decision-making processes.

  4. Adaptive capacity: The ability to adapt to changing circumstances and incorporate feedback into organizational processes.

  5. Leadership and culture: The importance of strong leadership and a supportive organizational culture in fostering resilience.

Building organizational resilience requires a proactive and continuous effort, and involves all levels of an organization. It requires a mindset that embraces change and uncertainty, and a commitment to continuous improvement.

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