There have been numerous management papers on how and why companies should embrace resilience in order to protect themselves from growing business threats. But ‘Organizational Resilience’ – in the sense of the term we use here at BSI – is based upon a much broader view of resilience as a value driver for organizations, enabling them to perform robustly over the long term. Our recently published Standard BS 65000, defines Organizational Resilience as “the ability of an organization to anticipate, prepare for, respond and adapt to incremental change and sudden disruptions in order to survive and prosper. We at BSI have our own definition of Organizational Resilience stemming from three fundamental elements of Product Excellence, Process Reliability and People Culture. However you see the future of your company, our approach to Organizational Resilience can help you cultivate your experience, embrace your opportunities, and pass the test of time.