How prepared is your business for the year ahead? When the world arrived on Jan. 1, 2021, many believed it would be the end of the pandemic, and we would return to some kind of normalcy. However, organizations faced supply chain disruptions, continuous threats to operations, and new strains of the virus that devastated several industries. In 2022, companies will need to look to the lessons they learned in 2021 to improve their organizational resilience. This includes incorporating best practices, strengthening emergency planning, and leveraging technology such as integrated business management systems. Organizational resilience doesn’t just apply to large corporations.…
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