WHAT RESILIENCE TO WE NEED?
Stress testing is vital to help leaders make the investment decisions required to maintain essential service outcomes within acceptable tolerance thresholds.
Stress testing typically involves shifting the individual parameters that affect the resilience of the organisation then determining the impact of various severe but plausible scenarios.
Reverse stress tests or pre-mortems can also be used to imagine that a project or organization has failed, and then works backward to determine what potentially could lead to the failure.
Using digital twin techniques, ‘what if’ scenarios can be used to test assumptions, assess contingencies and outcome recoverability. This approach doesn’t have to be too complicated or costly to achieve real benefits.
Managing change in extreme contexts
This book provides unique insights into organizational change following extreme events and realistic guidance for improving change implementation.
Risk roundtable: what the experts say
Thought leaders from across the sector and academia discuss risk management and resilience in a fast-moving digital age when board members need to keep pace with business transformation.
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