Post-Disaster Recovery

This month marks the 10th anniversary of the devastating 22nd of February Canterbury, NZ earthquake. To mark this milestone, we are sharing our top tips for organisations navigating crisis and disruption. We follow on with Tip 3, Collaborate for Success.

This month marks the 10th anniversary of the devastating 22 February Canterbury, NZ earthquake.

To mark this milestone, we are sharing our top tips for organisations navigating crisis and disruption. We follow on with Tip 2, No Organisation is an Island.

This month marks the 10th anniversary of the devastating 22 February Canterbury, NZ earthquake.

To mark this milestone, we are sharing our top tips for organisations navigating crisis and disruption. We begin with Tip 1, Take care of your leaders.

For many organisations, the role of the board in a crisis like COVID-19 is not clear. Our latest research report is a practical guide for boards members and managers alike. It draws on the combined wisdom of 12 board chairs, directors and chief executives, all of whom have led their organisations through numerous crises.

Leading through times of change: building a resilient organisation ResOrgs is exploring a partnership with Keogh Consulting in Australia to develop a leadership programme to support leaders navigate the new normal. Here are some strategies leaders can use to lead effectively through times of change.  

The inaugural ISCRAM (International Association for Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management) Asia Pacific regional conference is being held in Wellington from the 4th to 7th November 2018, and Resilient Organisations is excited to be supporting the conference. The theme for the conference is Innovating for Resilience, and the programme will cover all of the …

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Improving Resilience to Natural Disasters: West Coast Lifelines Vulnerability and Interdependency David Elms, Ian McCahon and Rob Dewhirst have been taking a fresh approach to evaluating infrastructure resilience investment priorities for West Coast communities. By looking at the West Coast’s infrastructure as a system, they identify vulnerabilities that prevent ‘flow’ through that system and the …

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