JAN 31, 2013 CSRWIRE
World Economic Forum 'Davos 2013: Global Leaders Seek Resilience, But Will Efforts Match Intentions?' blog post by Francesca Rheannon.
Resilience is the new buzzword. Ever since Hurricane Sandy assaulted one of the world’s top financial capitals, it seems to have been dawning on the global elite that business-as-usual is no longer a viable option. New strategies that can afford a nimbler response to catastrophe must be found.
And so the R-word was adopted by the World Economic Forum at Davos as its central theme this year. The catchword was “resilient dynamism” and building “risk resilience” was its goal.
What did resilience mean to the corporate, political and NGO leaders who paid $40,000 per head to palaver with their peers and hopefully come up with some strategies that can stick?... http://www.csrwire.com/blog/posts/699-davos-2013-global-leaders-seek-resilience-but-will-efforts-match-intentions?utm_medium=Twitter&utm_campaign=CSR%2Band%2Bsustainability%2Bnews