Tools for measuring and benchmarking organisational resilience

If you are serious about creating a future-ready resilient organisation, knowing your current strengths and weaknesses can help prioritise your efforts.

Why measure resilience?

It helps with:
  • Developing a resilience culture that improves day-to-day performance
  • Demonstrating the return on investment of resilience building initiatives
  • Identifying and connecting areas of your organisation’s greater and weaker resilience.
  • Showing how your organisation compares to others

What gets measured
gets managed!

How to measure resilience?

Benchmark Resilience Tool

Our organisational resilience benchmarking tool will provide you with a comprehensive report of your organisation's resilience strengths and weaknesses by measuring and benchmarking against other organisations.

We can work with you to provide a customised structured benchmarking process, including an organisation-wide survey, focus groups, and senior-level presentation of results.

Employee Resilience Tool

This tool measures an employee’s resilience based on a self-assessment of their work attitudes. The tool can be used for individual self-assessment, organisation-wide employee resilience assessment and cross-sector employee resilience assessment.

It can be used in conjunction with the Benchmark Resilience Tool.

More information on the tool is available in the following paper:

Naswall K., Malinen S., Kuntz J. and Hodliffe M. (2019) Employee resilience: Development and validation of a measure. Journal of Managerial Psychology 34(5): 353-367.

OrgRes Diagnostic Tool

The OrgRes Diagnostic FREE online tool gives a brief assessment of your organisation's resilience.

It consists of 13 questions, each relating to one of the 13 indicators of organisational resilience.

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