There are three core functional domains to the Organizational Resilience business model, which advise businesses how to behave in order to unlock the potential within their organizations. These include:
A resilient organization has a full understanding of how it is run and the environment in which it operates. This includes identifying operational improvements across its products/services and processesin order to meet the needs of its customers over time, through to how an organization values its people and governs itself. It requires demonstrable evidence that the organization is not complacent and is always challenging itself to improve performance and grow sustainably.
Supply chain resilience
As supply chain networks increasingly span continents and become more complex, the ability to quantify and mitigate supply chain risks throughout the procurement, manufacturing, transportation and sales lifecycle is paramount. Organizations need to identify the critical risks to minimize disruption and help protect global operational, financial and reputational exposures.
In today’s world, organizations must be trusted to safeguard sensitive information. A resilient organization must manage its information – physical, digital and intellectual property – throughout its lifecycle, from source to destruction. This requires the adoption of information security - minded practices that allow stakeholders to gather, store, access and use information securely and effectively.