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Building a resilient organisation

How to build a resilient organisation – one that is both sustainable and prosperous – is the central focus of this eBook. It helps readers to understand resilience within organisations and how it can be measured, assessed and enhanced.

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Building a resilient organisation

James Crask, Charley Newnham, Jack Armstrong and Dr. Paul Robertson
ICSA Publishing Ltd, 2014

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Contents

1. The quest for resilience

Chapter 1 discusses resilience and why it matters for organisations that want to ensure a long-term presence.

2. Understanding resilience

Chapter 2 further explores organisational resilience and how to define it. What leaders need to do to set their organisation on the right path for resilience is also discussed.

3. Focusing on resilience

Chapter 3 looks at how to identify resilience and whether an organisation's processes are adequate in protecting and enabling its long-term future.

4. Assessing resilience

Chapter 4 looks at how organisations can measure whether current levels of resilience are enough.

5. Summary and getting started

Chapter 5 offers ideas on how to move forward in terms of ensuring the right organisational resilience is in place.

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