The 'Resilience reimagined' report presents insights from business leaders from a range of sectors and makes seven recommendations for organisations on how to become more resilient, drawing on lessons from past 12 months.
The report warns we are entering a new period of uncertainty and change, with an ever-increasing possibility that things will go wrong. It sought answers from leading figures about how resilience can be developed, who does it well and what other businesses can learn from them. It also outlines practical steps necessary to strengthen resilience for long-term success and makes recommendations to business leaders on what more they can do to help their organisations to develop the ability to cope.
The authors will provide an overview of its contents, followed by a discussion on its significance and value.
Lord Toby Harris, Chairman, National Preparedness Commission
Professor David Denyer, Professor of Leadership and Organisational Change, Cranfield University
Mike Sutliff, Project Director, Resilience Grand Challenge, Cranfield University
Rick Cudworth, Partner, Deloitte
Mike Butler, Chief Resilience & Control Officer, Santander UK
In partnership with the National Preparedness Commission