What is Organisational Resilience?

What is Organisational Resilience? How does Organisational Resilience create organisations that are more resilient and better able to withstand disruption?

Business Continuity and Organisational Resilience as distinct and complementary functions. Preparing organisations and businesses to prepare for, withstand and recover from major disruptive events that impact on service/product delivery.

The 4-day working week – does it work?

What are the benefits of a 4 day working week for businesses and organisations? Is it as productive as a standard five day week? The arguments for and against 4 day week vs standard 5 day week, reducing stress, increasing productivity and its viability for business and organisational environments. Examples of businesses that have trialled 4 day weeks and evidence.

Why learning is important to entrepreneurial success

How do we learn from our mistakes to come back stronger? This is especially important for the entrepreneur, who takes risks and faces setbacks. The ones who learn from their mistakes are the ones most likely to succeed.
Reflecting on past events is an essential link between past action and more effective future action. The harder the decisions we make, the more difficult the process of reflecting becomes. We’ve all encountered people who appear to stumble along, oblivious to the lessons of the past, continuously making the same mistakes, repeating them again and again. This is a good example of those who fail to learn.

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Stakeholder theory

The theory behind stakeholder management. Who are stakeholders? What’s the difference between stakeholders and shareholders for businesses and organisations? All organisations need to be concerned about stakeholder relationships, whether private businesses, public sector organisations or third sector charities, stakeholder theory unites all. Milton Friedman, Edward Freeman, Starik, Drucker