Harvest quick learnings from your crisis response
Resilience, Crisis & Reputation
When your organisation has just recovered from a crisis and the pressure has eased, looking back may not be your highest priority. But this is exactly the moment when reviewing your crisis performance is most worthwhile.
The resilient business
High impact events and economic shocks will continue to happen. To survive and thrive in the future, the more resilient organisation needs to rethink what 'being resilient' really means.Resilience Reimagined seeks to help organisations understand what being resilient means to them and to show the way to building stronger resilience for the benefit of all.
Digital Ethics: Do you practice what you preach?
Corporate social activism and the repercussions of not acting responsibly
Increasingly companies are publicly taking a stand on societal and political issues, but whether their activist marketing matches their genuine data and technology practices is a different story.
The stakeholder imperative
A prerequisite for resilience
Broad and balanced stakeholder acceptance is an imperative for a strong license to operate. Stakeholder acceptance goes beyond mere customer and client satisfaction. Proactively and structurally driving the mutual understanding of interests and expectations between organizations and key stakeholders allows boards to engage and mobilize critical support for business strategy and decisions.