Tag Archives: Risk

Making Better Decisions Under Conditions of Risk and Uncertainty

As the pandemic has played out around the world, organisations, and indeed governments, have taken decisions in very different ways. Strangely, many of those we would expect to have been aligned with contemporary decision-making theories and practices have not in fact been “up to speed”. The consequences have been very serious.

What’s Next and How to Handle it

Emerging Stronger

Emerging Stronger in 2021 – “What’s Next” Series As global trade and geopolitical instability continues, 2021 offers a rare opportunity to reassess strategy. Historically, those who respond early and learn the lessons of a crisis are those that enjoy greater growth afterwards. The material presented by Roger Perry can be viewed here The recording of the […]

Leadership – The Ultimate Survival Factor

Over the last few months our “Resilience” webinar series has outlined a range of survival strategies – both organisational and personal. However, all of them rely on the critical ingredient of effective leadership (including leading ourselves). This webinar directly addressed the subject of effective leadership in extremely difficult circumstances, drawing upon the research and practical […]

Risk and the Winding Road to Recovery

One of the challenges to be faced by many organisations will be the non-linear and unpredictable path to recovery. So, questions arise as to how organisations are consciously managing for that unpredictability. In this webinar Roger Perry, Bevington Group’s Managing Director, talked through the top 5 strategies being deployed by organisations to deal with uncertainty. […]

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 […]