The mindset needed to be operationally resilient in this new normal
Organizations are under threat like never before and their role in the communities they serve is under starker focus. Traditional risks like natural disasters and poorly managed change continue to test resilience programs, but firms also have to contend with increasingly fragile supply chains, rising inflation, energy security, cyber attacks and labor shortages. If the last two years have taught us anything it is that operational resilience requires us to view risk through a much wider lens than previously thought.
We need to adopt a global, macro-level view of the risks we face on a daily basis.
In this thought leadership session, Mike and Mark will discuss the mindset that organizations need to adopt in order to be operationally resilient in this new normal. Rising temperatures, delays in the delivery of goods and services, a global shortage of semiconductors used to be things we were aware of, but didn’t necessarily plan for - today they cause constant problems.
In this session you’ll gain an understanding of:
- The mindset needed to be operationally resilient in this new normal
- How the resilience planning organizations undergo needs to change
- The difference between the likely winners and losers when it comes to operational resilience