Operational Resilience, Crisis and Continuity

Crises that threaten the reputation and operations of an organisation are becoming an everyday occurrence. Our focus is to help your business prepare, respond and remediate crisis, to support sustained survival and growth.

As the business environment becomes more complex, resilience continues to climb the agenda of organisations. There has been countless examples of businesses brought to their knees by a lack of foresight or poor crisis management. These events highlight the shortcomings of traditional risk management and lack of capabilities, tools and approach in organisations needed to survive and prosper in an age of uncertainty.

Business Resilience builds on the principles of Business Continuity but extends much further to help enhance your organisation’s immune system so you are able to tackle challenges, fend off illness and bounce back more quickly.

We use our practical experience to help organisations build resilience solutions that work in practice, applying this through all our services, from capability reviews to crisis rehearsals. Using the resources of the whole company and expertise of your industry we can help you integrate resilience into a wider business context, ensuring you are confident and ready for when a crisis hits.

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UK Corporate Governance Code: Raising the bar on risk management

For boards, the incentive to become resilient goes well beyond merely avoiding disaster and complying with the FRC UK Governance code. Companies that are confident in their risk management have the confidence to be more enterprising and entrepreneurial, thereby not only identifying risks but also seizing opportunities.

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

For boards, the incentive to become resilient goes well beyond merely avoiding disaster and complying with the FRC UK governance code. Companies that are confident in their risk management have the confidence to be more enterprising and entrepreneurial, thereby not only identifying risks but also seizing opportunities.

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Nicola Shield
Partner, Governance Risk and Compliance, PwC United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0)7931 388648
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Charley Newnham
Enterprise Resilience specialist
Tel: +44 (0)7930 402575
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