Roads to resilience: building dynamic approaches to risk to achieve future success

Without resilience companies can be destroyed by crises. While others survive they do so with their reputations in tatters and face an uphill task in rebuilding their businesses. Companies that are most badly affected have underlying weaknesses that make them especially prone both to crises and to the escalation of a crisis into a disaster.

In resilient organisations, risk management was found to be integrated into strategic and operational decision making and formed part of the very essence of the corporate identity.
Without resilience companies can be destroyed by crises. While others survive they do so with their reputations in tatters and face an uphill task in rebuilding their businesses. Companies that are most badly affected have underlying weaknesses.

This publication was published by Airmic and sponsored by PwC.