The recent 10th anniversary of devastating Hurricane Katrina – which claimed 1,833 lives and caused $81 billion in property damage and took an incalculable economic and social toll – underscored again how resilient businesses can weather such disasters and what organizations can do to ensure they bounce back from them. Invariably, these businesses lay the groundwork before the disaster strikes, strengthening their physical and digital infrastructures to lessen and better handle disaster risk. These organizations offer critical lessons learned for other businesses because the frequency of ruinous catastrophes is increasingly familiar – whether they are earthquakes, floods, tornadoes, wildfires, or…