Nurturing organisational resilience I Malcolm Parker | Entretiens Professionnels |

'What is resilience? And why is it so important? 'Bouncing back', the essence of resiliency, is something that humanity is collectively pretty good at. So a good place to look for an answer is in the aftermath of natural disasters, when we can get a clear sense of what makes organisations and individuals resilient and why it is so important that organisations have both the mechanisms and staff to enable them to recover after a crisis.

A useful analogy to help us understand the features of a resilient organisation and the characteristics of resilient staff is that of a tree,...'