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Calling all board members and CEOs – A Board’s Role in Crisis Have you been on a Board of Directors or a CEO of an organisation that experienced a crisis within the last 10 years? Do you feel you learned from that experience? Would you like to share your experience to help others facing crises …

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Tracy Hatton speaking on water resilience Tracy Hatton was recently interviewed by the Resilience Shift about the importance of water resilience. Resilient Organisations, in collaboration with the Resilience Shift recently published a resilience primer on potable water infrastructure.

EARTH EX – Global resilience exercise The virtual multi-sector global resilience exercise EARTH EX opens on 21 August 2019 and remains open to participate in any time through to the end of October. The ResOrgs team have registered and will be taking part in this exercise. and we encourage organisations to register and take part. …

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Bumpy roads to reconstruction In the latest issue of BRANZ’s Build Magazine, a recent QuakeCoRE project involving researchers from Resilient Organisations, the University of Auckland and Market Economics, address the question of what differentiates the earthquake rebuilding timeline of Christchurch from other places like Kobe following the 1995 Great Hanshin earthquake and Los Angeles following …

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Queenstown Tourism Operators getting prepared By Erica Seville (Resilient Organisations) and Trevor Andrews (Emergency Management Otago) May 2019 This month, Erica Seville, spent an afternoon with the Queenstown Lakes district TORQUE group.  TORQUE (which stands for Tourism Operator Responders of Queenstown), brings together the largest tourism operators in the district, along with the Department of …

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Resilience primer for the water sector We recently completed this primer, and the published version is now available to download from The Resilience Shift. This primer is a brief document introducing the principles of resilience for the potable water industry. It is intended to assist those in the water industry to consider shifting practice to …

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Advice for farmers affected by Mycloplasma bovis The Ministry of Primary Industries (MPI) is offering a grant for advisory services to farmers affected by Mycoplasma bovis. Resilient Organisations has been identified as a pre-approved supplier for these services. If you are a farmer that has been affected by M. bovis and want help navigating through …

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Ellie Kay awarded the GRRN Young Researcher Award Congratulations to ResIlient Organisations Research Consultant, Ellie Kay on being awarded the Global Resilience Research Network (GRRN) Young Researcher Award for her presentation entitled “Embedding resilience measurement in policy and action” during the 2nd annual GRRN Summit in Freiburg, Germany. Ellie’s work seeks to operationalize the New …

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Managing Information and Data for a More Resilient New Zealand Resilient Organisations’ researchers working on the Resilience to Nature’s Challenge project have published a report on the Data Integration and Visualisation En Masse (DIVE) Platform: Lessons Learned and Future Pathways. The Data Integration and Visualisation En Masse (DIVE) pilot project was funded by the NZ …

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Supporting your team following the Christchurch mass tragedy Bernard Walker, University of Canterbury The mass tragedy in Christchurch affects many people. The injured and deceased are part of our Canterbury community. Some are work colleagues, and others are friends and family of workers. Most workplaces are affected. The events bring a wide range of emotions, …

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