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The Fundamental Questions Behind Resilience – Survival

Scope, measurement, and value. If we truly want to understand the meaning of resilience, then we must first define its nature and scope in order to attempt to measure it and determine if it has real value.

In their article for the Risk And Resilience Hub, David Lindstedt, PhD and Lynn Centonze, Esq. discuss the critical need to answer these questions in a timely manner in order for resilience to survive as a meaningful concept.

Read the full article in the Risk And Resilience Hub here.

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