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…
Operational Resilience: What’s in Store for 2023?
2022 was a year of ongoing and compound crises, as organizations were faced with a myriad of disruptions. From global...
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How to Make Your Supply Chain Resilient
Subscribe to the Business Resilience DECODED podcast – from DRJ and Asfalis Advisors – on your favorite podcast app. New...
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Navigating the Difficulties of Being Online as a Small Business
Launching a successful small business has never been easy. However, in today’s increasingly competitive global marketplace, the challenges aspiring entrepreneurs...
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Impacts of Climate Change on Tropical Systems and Risk Mitigation
Severe weather is not a new phenomenon. The U.S. has a long history of dealing with extreme weather events such...
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