Beating Crisis Fatigue, Building Resilience With Microsimulations

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The world is experiencing crisis fatigue, yet now is the time to re-engage executive and operational team in risk preparedness while building resilience. So, how do we do it?

In his recent post for Continuity Central, Marcus Vaughan, Co-Founder and Chief Growth Officer of Catalyst Technologies, says “keep it small, keep it simple, and focus on little wins.” And he says that microsimulations are a helpful approach.

Read his full outline on making a micro-simulation program work here.

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