A new Airmic and Control Risks report captures some of the lessons that organizations have learned from the COVID-19 crisis. ‘New challenges, new lessons’ says the pandemic has highlighted the siloed approach to business continuity management and crisis management that is present in many organizations.
The report also identifies a disconnect between strategic risk and operational resilience and says that business continuity management and crisis management should be aligned to an organization’s strategic direction.
Several core elements for resilience are emphasised by the report: leadership, data, people, and operating models.
Read the full analysis and access the report at Continuity Central.