Moving your organization – or your career – forward on your resilience journey can be a difficult and scary proposition. Often, we find that prospective clients aren’t quite sure where to start.
We’ve written extensively about Resilience, particularly in our core practice domains of Crisis Management, Business Continuity, and Crisis Communications.
In a brief section below, we share how we think about Resilience and link to a longer article that lays out our strategic thoughts around building a resilience strategy in your organization.
To help you along your journey, we’ve outlined below four curated collections geared towards momentum-building action and advice perfectly paired with your organization’s current stage of resilience.
How we think about Resilience
At Bryghtpath, we think of resilience as a group of capabilities that supports an organization’s ability to solve big problems, continue operations, protect its assets, and most importantly, protect its people.
On a practical level, this is achieved with basic blocking & tackling—implementing certain key components in a logical way to prevent, plan for, respond to, and recover from disruption.
While these components are the building blocks of resiliency, they don’t stand separate and alone.
The cross-organizational coordination of each of these components is equally if not more important. While each component might substantially reside with one particular part of the organization (i.e. IT is the primary driver of IT Disaster Recovery and likely Information Security), a good resiliency program must ensure that each organizational component and their respective piece of the resiliency puzzle are cross-coordinated and aligned with the organization’s overarching resiliency objectives.
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