What is a resilient organization?
Thrive before, during, and after adversity
Resilience is not a destination; it is a state of being. A resilient organization doesn’t ride out a crisis, returning to business-as-usual once disruption ends. It instead transforms with the environment, building new attitudes, beliefs, agility, and structures into its DNA that don’t just enable recovery. They drive the organization forward—fast.
Go beyond just responding positively to change. A resilient organization seek to absorb and influence change with the confidence to accept challenges and learn from experience.
Is your organization resilient?
In this video, Anthony Viel, Deloitte Canada CEO and Partner, and Roxana Greszta, Partner and National Organizational Resilience Leader, discuss the traits of the most resilient organizations and the key actions that leaders today should consider when building resilience for their organizations.
A more resilient organization will achieve resilience by design, safeguard it through change, and demonstrate it in adversity. It has the right mind-set, strong leadership, and a transformative approach to risk. We help organizations focus on what-if and the what-next scenarios to anticipate shifts and identify unexpected risks.
Scenarios to build resilience
Don’t wait for the next crisis
Resilient organizations outperform in times of disruption. Take a proactive approach to building resilience. We can show you how.
Toward true organizational resilience
Deloitte's Global Resilience Report
The resilient organization
How executives can reimagine resilience for their organizations—putting purpose at the core
Building the resilient organization
Five traits of resilience can help organizations thrive under extreme conditions
A practical guide to resilience
What does it mean to become a truly resilient organization?
Centre for Climate Action
Learn how we could create a more resilient and sustainable future for your organization and the environment
Future of trust
As we recover, reopen, and rebuild, it’s time to rethink the importance of Trust. At no time has it been more tested or more valued in our leaders and each other. Trust is the basis for connection
Deloitte dedicated team of economists working closely with our industry leaders across Canada and the globe, apply economic thinking to everyday business problems
Resilience by design
Financial services operating models and operational resilience
Improve your grip on risk governance
Boost performance | Be responsible | Build trust
Ransomware, breaches and more: evolving cyberthreats in the pandemic era
A cybersecurity trends series
Exposed Heard Hacked Handled Empowered
To defeat a hacker, start by thinking like one
An integrated cyber approach to your cloud migration strategy
Building greater business and technology resilience
How digital transformation—and a challenging environment—are building agility and resilience
The pandemic has shown CEOs the need to future-proof the business
Future of Controls
A bold and positive vision
Reputational resilience, trust & corporate purpose
Women in financial services: Resilient leadership through the crisis
Our panel reflects on what we have learned during the pandemic, and how it will change priorities within our teams and ourselves, lessons in resilient leadership, and key executive actions that resilient leaders should embrace in times of crisis.
Leading with trust in the family enterprise
How to thrive in a disrupted market
Built to flourish
Organizations that know why they exist and who they’re built to serve may be uniquely positioned to navigate unprecedented change
Ignored Focused Sourced Flipped J'adored
How Deloitte helped a large fast food company become a leader in sustainability
Cultivating resilience through culture and a focus on well-being
In conversation with Andrew Pateman of Canadian Blood Services
Pivoting through a pandemic
In conversation with Priyal Thakrar of Infrastructure Ontario
Ready for anything
In conversation with Ernest Chui of Ontario’s Workplace Safety and Insurance Board
The trust factor in transportation
Jennifer Gray, chief financial officer of Metrolinx, on why communication is key to building resilience and trust
Resilient work, workforce, and workplace
The social enterprise in a world disrupted: Leading the shift from survive to thrive
2021 Global Human Capital Trends
The ROI in workplace mental health programs: Good for people, good for business
A blueprint for workplace mental health programs
Uncovering the hidden iceberg
Why the human impact of COVID-19 could be a third crisis
Building the future – ready workforce
Unleash the potential of your organization and people
Lagging Shifted Coached Moved Leading
What does data know about people
Senior leaders’ state of well-being and resiliency compromising post-pandemic recovery