Resilience is more than just the ability to absorb and recover from disruptive events. At Mazars we say resilience is the capacity to remain relevant, competitive and drive value for your stakeholders in these everchanging times.
The macro environmental turbulence we have seen over the last few years has moved us to fundamentally change the decisions we make as businesses and consumers, reflect on how we interact with each other, and how we prioritise for the future. Baking strategic resilience into our organisations must therefore be a priority if we are to survive and thrive.
Organisations need to move beyond resilience as a function of the organisation, ensuring the ability to adapt and recover from disruptive events, towards resilience as a core component of how they develop their strategies.
What does this look like?
A resilient strategy is one which is malleable with the appropriate levers embedded in it, to ensure that an organisation can meet incoming challenges and adapt to take advantage of them. A resilient strategy is not a strategy that is refreshed over an elongated period of time, rather it is one which is agile whilst being true to the organisations purpose and vision.
How can you achieve strategic resilience?
Through a dynamic programme of interventions which reflect on the changing internal and external environments they are operating in, enable proactive course corrections and have clarity on their organisational health and shortcomings, organisations can develop strategies which are resilient.
Our approach recognises the immediate activities required to provide assurance that disruption can be managed effectively, whilst developing a robust and enduring approach to long term resiliency.
Contact us to explore how you can enhance your organisation’s resiliency and take advantage of the opportunities coming down the road.
20/03/2023. Resilience is more than just the ability to absorb and recover from disruptive events. It is the capacity to remain relevant, competitive and drive value for your stakeholders in these everchanging times.
06/02/2023. Undoubtedly, and without labouring the point, the previous years have been extremely tough for all of us, with challenges dropping one after the other. But one thing stands resolute – our individual and collective power to make a difference.
25/02/2022. Supply chain pressures have been at the forefront of business owner’s minds for the last couple of years as they come to terms with the volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous environment they have been thrown into.