Useful guides, reports and best practices for improving resilience.
Results of a survey of business on the challenges over the next two years.
A report highlighting how G20 companies are managing in an interconnected, technologically disrupted and increasingly regulated world.
A survey that points to how you can make your organisation crisis resilient.
A report on organisational resilience highlighting new data and changes between the 2017 and 2018 reports.
A resource to help explore your city’s resilience.
A poll on London's resilience to cater for future growth.
Introduction to the WARM framework and its application within communities with three case studies.
A research report detailing resilience in cities with case studies from a real estate perspective.
A self-help scheme to highlight best practice in designing out crime and improving community engagement.
A joint London First and PwC survey on the state of resilience in business.
Best Practices / Case Studies
A report informed by a workshop discussing the impact of Storm Desmond 2015.
An interim government report with suggested focus areas on reviewing the power disruption in GB on the 9 August 2019.
A review of 100 crises over the past 20 years, highlighting patterns that have emerged and their effects on businesses within a three-month window after the crisis becomes publicly known.
A study of airports and their business partners to identify best practice and areas for improvement in resilience, especially agility.
An examination of 100 profit warnings in a 12-month period and the effects on company value.
A short guide explaining why all small businesses should think of insuring themselves against property damage and business interruption as result of a terrorist attack.
A report by the new Counter Terrorism Preparedness Network on anti-radicalisation provides a range of key actions for cities and communities.
A 20-step, best-practice guide for effective risk management.
A basic guide to support all businesses understand areas of best practice when managing business crime incidents.
A paper outlining steps HR professionals can take to introduce resilience into organisational structures