Too often, we get caught up with the opportunities and pressures of the day, and are caught unaware when disaster strikes.
Organisations have different levels of preparedness for responding to a crisis. Some have well-rehearsed business continuity plans within an extensive risk management framework, some rely on insurance to cover their losses and others just hope it won’t happen to them. Resiliency is the ability to recover from or adjust easily to adversity.
This paper considers what organisations should do to endure when tragedy hits and worlds are turned upside down.
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