Crisis recovery and disaster reconstruction

Crises come in many forms for organisations, ranging from natural disasters, a major accident to a failure of a critical supplier, and a reputational storm.  Whatever it may be, if poorly managed it has the ability to bring an organisation to its knees.
We have undertaken many projects, both in a research and consulting capacity, looking for core lessons from past experiences and translating them into a wide range of tools and resources to help organisations and communities become future ready.
Reconstruction following disaster

Reconstruction following disaster

The post-disaster reconstruction research team has been researching post-disaster reconstruction for the past 10+ years, visiting many international disaster zones to understand what unique challenges and opportunities arise during reconstruction ...
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Disruption impacts on central government productivity

Disruption impacts on central government productivity

Improving economic model estimates of central government productivity losses. Key findings Productivity impacts The research team examined the productivity impact of the 14 November 2016 Kaikoura earthquake on four New Zealand ...
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Business recovery from the Canterbury earthquake

Business recovery from the Canterbury earthquake

Findings from a survey of 206 organisations in the Greater Christchurch urban area in mid-2016 Project Overview
Did organisations learn from their earthquake experiences? On average, businesses undertook 3 ...
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