As we reflect on 2020, one thing is clear: managing uncertainty will continue to be at the forefront in 2021. When it comes to operational resiliency and risk, leaders must continually think about risk intelligence through the lens of critical events, especially when almost 50% of the US workforce in major cities is working from home. From a global pandemic to civil unrest, severe winter weather, flooding, wildfires, power outages, and active shooter scenarios, the frequency of these sudden, and often unforeseen critical events change rapidly. They have a direct impact on an organization’s resilience strategies and oftentimes a company’s…
The Path to Continuity and Resilience Program Success in 2024
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Getting The Boss on Board
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The Intersection of Operational Resilience, ESG, and Climate Risk
Last year in the U.S. we faced 20 separate billion-dollar weather and climate-related disasters (NCEI), an ongoing pandemic, social unrest,...
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