Does your resilience measure up?

Measuring resilience is a good first step on a journey of resilience improvement. 
 
It will help you understand what resilience means for you and your organisation. Measurement highlights your strengths and weaknesses so you know what to work on, and it gives you a baseline to measure your progress towards greater resilience.

We can measure

  • Organisational resilience
  • Employee resilience
  • Community resilience

"What you measure,

you can manage."

Examples of our work

Organisational resilience

We have worked with public and private sector organisations using our Resilience Benchmarking Tool to both measure and contextualise their current resilience, and co-create action plans to improve resilience. 

We also recognise that building resilience can be enhanced by examining the interdependencies between organisations and the resilience of sectors. We have reviewed the Australian critical infrastructure sector and critical infrastructure organisations in the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand.

Community resilience

As part of the New Zealand National Science Challenge programme, we are currently identifying a range of indicators across a multi-capital model in a variety of settings, linking resilience indicators to data sources and identifying gaps for ongoing development of resilience assessment tools.

These indicators will allow users to benchmark resilience, monitor progress, and evaluate the efficacy of resilience interventions.

How can we help?

We can work with you to measure your resilience with our existing tools  or create bespoke measuring tools.

Please contact one of our team below or send us an email for a free no-obligation discussion on your resilience needs.

Tracy Hatton, Senior Research Consultant, Resilient Organisations Ltd
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Our clients say

The team at Resilient Organisations brought a range of excellent skills to the task including their deep subject matter knowledge and analytical skills, responsiveness and ability to deliver measurable and meaningful outcomes.
Andrew Kiley, Director
Critical Infrastructure Resilience Section, National Security Division
Commonwealth Attorney‑General's Department, Australia
I fully recommend using the Resilient Organisations Benchmarking Tool to any organisation. ... The process was well managed by Resilient Organisations and the project was completed on time and to budget. ... The Regional report has given us clear and concise recommendations to adopt.
Steve Campbell
Bay of Plenty Regional Lifeline Utilities Coordinator