Tag Archives: Resilience

Lessons we should learn from COVID-19 impacts

With a globalised COVID-19 virus killing hundreds of thousands of people, creating massive economic disruption, and heightening geopolitical tensions – the world seems to be a more fragile place. Yet, there are lessons we can take from this pandemic. Learnings which can make us stronger, more resilient, and more realistic. In this article, I will […]

Locking in the Agility Lessons from COVID-19

Many of our organisations are reporting a strange but welcome side effect of an otherwise horrific crisis – that we have been able to respond with surprising agility. Decision timelines have shortened, work habits have changed and technology usage has increased (or modified). Indeed, generally, people have been willing to be more adaptive and/or responsive. […]

A Survival Strategy for Extreme Economic Turbulence

Markets are suffering, the world is in a state of high anxiety, supply chains are being disrupted and many companies are already being driven into deep losses. In short, we are in a period of extreme market turbulence. So, how do we lead our organisations through the crisis? Fortunately, the world does have plenty of […]

Organisational Resilience in the Face of Uncertainty

If you are concerned that your organisation might prove to be “fragile” in the face of sudden shifts in markets, financing or customer behaviour – then you are not alone. An uncertain world We live in a world where geopolitical tensions are a fact of life, where trade tensions are actually unresolved, where natural disasters […]

Great for the Customer, Great for the Team, Great for the Stakeholder

In our first Change Network events of 2020, our panel of organisational leaders discussed how delivering something great for your customer can leave you stronger. The material presented by Roger can be viewed here. Many thanks to our panel members for sharing their insights and lessons learnt, and thanks to all those who joined us, and […]