Organizational Resilience

Organizational resilience is the ability and capacity of a workplace to withstand potential significant economic times, systemic risk, or systemic disruptions by adapting, recovering, or resisting being affected and resuming core operations or continuing to provide an acceptable level of functioning and structure.

  • A resilient workforce and organization is important during major decisions or business changes.
  • Companies and organizations, like individuals, need to be able to rebound from potentially disastrous changes.
  • The challenge for the incorporation of resilience into a workplace is to identify what enhances the ability of an organization to rebound effectively.

What Factors Promote Resilience?
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