Category: Business Resilience

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Business Resilience

Is Working From Home A Business Risk

Malcolm Gladwell’s viral podcast As the pandemic continues to impact us globally, we must ask if working from home is a business risk. Recorded COVID deaths are at 6.4 million today. So, I paused when I saw Malcolm Gladwell: Working From Home Is Destroying Us! podcast go viral on LinkedIn over the past week. Gladwell

What Success Looks Like
Business Resilience

What Resiliency Success Measures Look Like

Why measure at all? This blog provides insights into understanding what resiliency success measures look like. Earlier this summer, Kenton Friesen gave us a measuring program maturity masterclass. It’s worth reading his articles, Measuring The Maturity Of Your Business Continuity Management (BCM) Program, Parts I and II. My Road to Resilience series outlines how to

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Business Resilience

Resilience Convergence

Why resilience is the wave of the future Resilience convergence is the future wave because it works to solve problems instead of reacting. We all recognize that preventing issues is far better than addressing damage afterward. In previous blogs, What Resilience Is And Isn’t and Real Resilience, I discussed that the concept mixes regulatory drivers

Confusion about resilience
Business Resilience

What Resilience Is and Isn’t

Not simply a regulation Today, I am sharing what resilience is and isn’t from a business perspective. Many of you have asked me about the emerging resilience work. There’s so much out there that it can be confusing. First, it is not simply a regulatory requirement. In the UK, some of you may disagree as

Co-workers In Office After the Pandemic
Business Resilience

Workforce Resilience Post-COVID

You are here Let’s take a look at workforce resilience post-COVID. Lately, the service industry is buzzing about considerations for employees’ return to the office. Now that the pandemic is mostly de-escalating globally, leadership signals a return to business. Most organizations remained profitable through the pandemic due to strategic decisions and a dedicated workforce. Yes,

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